Turns out that tuned Lambos can catch fire too. This one happened in Prague, Czech Republic.
Neither the Lexus or Subaru drivers wanted to give an inch to each other.
Turns out Mini’s autonomous driving technologies are quite advanced…
Two of the men were seen kicking the Tesla Model 3.
The kid apparently started the car in gear, causing it to lunge forward and hit a wall.
The Dodge Challenger hit a curb, ripping off a wheel and its hub.
A fool’s luck prevented this Porsche 911 GT2 RS from slamming into a barrier.
The 23-year-old was driving on a suspended license and didn’t have car insurance.
The Tesla Model 3 appears to have been traveling at 75 mph despite the rainy conditions.
The reckless driver claimed he was unaware of the ice buildup on his box truck’s roof.
Authorities continue to investigate the inferno that started on the ground floor.
Driving a Tesla Model X into the garage with the door open is never a good idea.
The driver was not injured, but the bright red Lotus Elise will likely be deemed a write-off by its insurer.
The tumbleweeds were up to 30-feet high and buried many vehicles, including an 18-wheeler semi-truck.
The incident took place on Monday, but authorities have yet to find the driver or the Lexus RX.
The NHTSA has yet to disclose if the Tesla Model S had its Autopilot system enabled when the accident happened.
Even the crashes are weirder in Florida.
The driver of the semi-truck was going to fast, according to the police, and that’s the reason he lost control.
Police believe the semi-truck suffered some kind of steering failure.
The fire risk affects more than half a million units of the Ford Super Duty SuperCrew.