As lifestyle choices go, our public addiction to the stars of Hollywood and music expands well beyond what they’re wearing or how they cut their hair. The cars they drive keep us enthralled as well they should. After all, it’s a connection. Halle Berry driving the same Lexus RX350 that we drive gives us something to feel proud about, even brag about to our friends. In this infographic from Yahoo, we get to see exactly what some of the biggest stars of Hollywood use to get to the grocery store.
If there’s an American car the evokes emotion with its storied history, it would be the Corvette. Here, we explore the evolution of the iconic ride courtesy of Green Bay Chevrolet Dealers.
It’s hard to imagine a world where Honda had to fight for the attention of buyers and even sellers in the automotive world, but that’s exactly where we were in the 70s and very early 80s. This changed quickly thanks in part to high gas prices and in part due to reliability standards by the early- to mid-80s as the brand was hard to keep on the lot. These vintage images compiled by Rusty Wallis Honda in Dallas give us a nice perspective on the way things were back then.
It has been 46 years in the making, but we are finally on the verge of having the next Stingray. Very few were disappointed and one might contend that those who claim to have been disappointed were going to say that regardless of what the Stingray manifested itself as this time. Here are some images of the hot ride compiled by Denver Chevrolet that show this beast and the curves that make it stunning.
The Honda Accord has been a part of American and world driving culture for a long time. Over the last three decades, it has seen many versions and millions of owners, but it is somehow able to stay at the top, almost indefinitely.
Today, trucks are often big, tall, and useful. That’s not how they’ve always been. There was a time when a great truck has a small bed, a low profile, and a length not much longer than a car. That doesn’t make them any less mean. In fact, if you check out these trucks compiled by Wisconsin Ford Dealers, it’s clear that the 50s produced trucks that were as mean (and awesome) as they come.
The pros and cons between driving a car with a manual transmission and one with an automatic transmission have been debated for years. While most understand the differences in how to drive them, few go into great detail when truly comparing them. This graphic from Portland Toyota gives us a nice visual breakdown.
When one thinks of art, they rarely think of taking their grandmother’s Cadillac and putting it into the ground in a angle and structure identical to the great pyramids, but that’s exactly what is happening at Cadillac Ranch. Compiled by Milwaukee Chevrolet Dealers.
Most who know of the Mustang named Eleanor think of the Nicolas Cage version from the 2000 movie “Gone in 60 Seconds” which featured the ‘67 Shelby GT 500. What many don’t know is that the movie was a remake of a 1974 movie that featured a ‘73 Mustang Mach 1. Here is the amazing vehicle in all its glory compiled by Cincinnati Ford.
The convergence of nature and technology often yields an ugly picture as beauty is supplanted by the grotesque machinations of humans. Sometimes, nature wins over technology and the results can be stunning.
These images compiled by Yonkers Used Cars shows that sometimes even symbols of a decaying civilization can be amazing.