We agree with Sir Ben Kingley's sentiment in this Jaguar Super Bowl 2014 commercial that British actors are always being typecast as villains in Hollywood. Luckily, he's brought two other British actors who are also synonymous for playing villains to help prove a point -- that British supervillains are always classy and sophisticated. And what would such classy bad guys do besides ride in private jets and drink the finest beverages? Drive Jaguars, of course.
CarMax might have earned an epic slow clap from all the people they've ever given a good deal on a used car, but for this Super Bowl 2014 commercial they also have received a slow bark. That's right, CarMax parodies their own Super Bowl 2014 commercial by reenacting their same exact commercial with puppies instead of actors.
Audi is known for being among the big three of German luxury automakers, so it makes sense that they would go all out in the latest of leaked Super Bowl 2014 commercials. This car commercial features an animal revving through the streets that is as pretty as it is powerful. It's cute, it's ruthless, it's a fashion accessory and it's a trophy breed -- meet the Doberhuahua!
The Porcubimmer racing team has built a real-life version of Homer Simpson's dream car (and failed attempt at auto design), The Homer. The car will race at the Buttonwillow Raceway in California this weekend in the 24 Hours of LeMons race -- an endurance race for cars that cost less than $500.
Besides being vital components in most of our lives, cars can be really awesome creative canvases. Even though not everyone is into all that complicated, fancy shmancy car decor, there's a big chance these weirdly awesome cars could change your mind.
BAM! The original Batmobile sold at auction for $4.2 million this weekend which has both car lovers and cartoon lovers giddy. Famous Hollywood cars like those from 'Starsky and Hutch,' 'Knight Rider' and 'The Pink Panther' go up for sale from time to time, bringing out the most nostalgic buyers. Here's a look at how five memorable cars fared when they hit the open market, and what they fetched for sellers:
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