Detroit Auto Show

The Monday Grind

The press preview at the Detroit Auto Show starts today, but lots and lots of pictures are already surfacing so follow us on Twitter as we’ll keep you posted with the goings-on. The picture below, however, is something you’d see in Japan, not Detroit or even the USA for that matter.

Bosozoku Car Picture Mojo Motors Blog

Ever heard of Bōsōzoku? It’s Japanese and they do silly things to cars.

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The Detroit Free Press has a constantly updated gallery of pictures from the Detroit Auto Show


Photo credits: bosozokustyle

Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

The automotive world is gearing up for the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Next Wednesday, look out for the Mojo Motors Blog’s segment called Cool Used Car of the Future which will feature some of the coolest concepts making their North American premier in the following days. Until then, enjoy the weekend.

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The Monday Grind

Here are the stories making news in the automotive world from over the weekend. Be warned, if you don’t like seeing pictures of car-carnage, perhaps you should avoid the last link.

Cadillac ATS Teaser Image Mojo Motors Blog

The Cadillac ATS is slated to premier at the Detroit Auto Show

An infographic of Jeremy Clarkson’s quotes and their repercussions

Black tires are boring so a Chinese company created ones with colors

Best quotes from the 2011 Nascar Sprint Cup Series Award Ceremony

Japanese car crash takes the lives of amazing cars (no one was hurt)


Photo credit: MotorWard