What would Horgh drive? You must choose the most metal car, or be expelled from the skeletal, frostbitten winter forest forever.
Question Of The Day
Is there a horsepower number for new cars that's a line in the sand for you? How low is it?
Electric cars, atomic cars, perpetual-motion cars, carts pulled by robot mules – someday, they may replace the good old internal-combustion engine.
Simca and Panhard are gone, but the Renault, Peugeot, and Citroën marques still exist. Could (or should) they be brought back to the United States?
These days, even the Yaris has more than 100 horses. Is it possible to have fun with less? Which sub-100hp car was (or is) the most fun?
Somewhere, Ricardo Montalban sheds a tear for the distressed state of this land yacht.
The econobox as we know it has been with us since the early 1970s. Which one was (or is) the worst?
Some cars are creepy due to association with serial killers or other baddies, while others just cause discomfort with their appearance.
Straight-six engines have been installed in fast cars, reliable cars, and miserable cars for many decades. Which lesser-known one deserves more recognition?
When a minivan best meets your needs, are you willing to be seen in one?
Available on many GM cars of the 1990s and 2000s and now dirt cheap in junkyards, the Eaton-blown 3800 has plenty of bolt-in or near-bolt-in recipients.
During the engine-displacement arms race, car companies vied for the raciest-looking numerical badges. What's the best one?
From leaping carnivores to flying princesses, the automotive world has produced some great hood ornaments. What's the best?
Getting a good sound out of a V6 isn't easy. Some companies have pulled off the feat; others didn't even try.
There was once a time when Americans had their pick of small-but-useful pickups. Would we tolerate them today?
Born in 1927? You can drive a Ford Model A in this rally! Born in 1996? Subaru SVX!