Sometimes, social media is good.
Here's a pretty epic high-school senior prank: A car crashed into the side of the school building just outside the principal's office, bricks strewn everywhere and a gaping black hole. Except none of it is real.
Community's Yvette Nicole Brown has moved from Greendale Community College to our used car lot! Watch as the comedienne brings a whole new level of charisma to this episode of Stars Selling Cars.
Can Kate Flannery sell cars better than fictional paper products?
Getting pulled over by the cops will ruin just about anyone's day. Except in Halifax, Virginia.
A successful prank requires strong planning, crackerjack timing, and an unwitting target.
A triceratops made it all the way to the road and ended up blocking traffic on the Isle of Wight late Friday night.
Mercedes-Benz might be a little early with its April Fools' Day joke, but the Mercedes-AMG Sprinter63 S is still a ridiculously cool idea. With 503 horsepower from a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8, it should drastically cut the wait time for deliveries.
A British company is producing full-scale plastic motorcycle kits that look pretty realistic. That can lead to some fun pranks, as you'll see in this video.
Ford adds another definition to the phrase "speed dating" when it uses a professional stunt driver to take a few unsuspecting first dates on a smoky-tire ride in the 2015 Mustang.
A prankster gained access to the 2015 Detroit Auto Show and made sure to have some fun at the expense of the product specialists. And yes, there's a video.
Jimmy Kimmel has a bit of a rivalry going with Emily Blunt and John Krasinski. Not like the "I'm on television, you're on the radio" one he has with his former Man Show co-host Adam Carolla (who of course has more to do with cars than the last name he almost shares with a Toyota economy sedan). With Blunt and Krasinski, it's mor
Last week, we all watched with enjoyment as Jalopnik editor Travis Okulski got epically pranked by a mustachioed Jeff Gordon. As we explained then, Gordon starred in a memorable "viral" ad for Pepsi, which saw the NASCAR champion disguise himself and take a car salesman on a wild test drive. It was all called out as bull, and Okulski was on
Nearly a year ago, NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon teamed up with Pepsi for a commercial. Gordon would be disguised and terrorize a used car salesman on an extreme test drive. It was staged, quite obviously, we said. Our friends at
Rémi Gaillard, the Frenchman famous for his real-life Mario Kart videos, and most recently featured on these humble digital pages for portraying a living, breathing speed camera, is back with his latest video.