A German man reported his car stolen in 1997 and found it 20 years later. It was in the same spot where he left it, but was so old by that point that he could no longer drive it.
Mercedes-Benz will send you an award certificate and a radiator emblem if you reach milestones of 250,000, 500,000, 750,000, 1,000,000, and 1,610,000 kilometers on your vehicle.
Lowrider hydraulics were designed as a way to bypass the law – when it became illegal in California to drive cars with any part lower than the bottoms of wheel rims, the hydraulics allowed lowrider drivers to avoid conflict with the law by temporarily raising their vehicles.
Getting a Bugatti’s oil changed costs over $20,000, or about as much as a new Toyota Camry.
In an effort to set the world record for the longest drift, BMW used one M5 to refuel another M5 (5 times) by drifting alongside it.
People tend to find fewer insects smashed on the windscreens of their cars now compared to a decade or several decades ago. This is called the windshield phenomenon.
In the late 1800s they used to put fake horse heads on the front of automobiles as to not spook the actual horses in traffic.
Ferrari engines are musically engineered to sound perfect by utilising 3rd and 6th harmonics on the air intake, like a flute or organ.
Adolf Hitler gifted King Truibhuvan of Nepal with this 1938 model Mercedes Benz, which was the first car ever seen in Nepal. It was carried to the capital by men as in 1940s there were no roads in the city.
The longest car in the world was 100 feet long, had 26 wheels, a jacuzzi, diving board, king-sized water bed, and a helicopter landing pad, and was called the ‘American Dream’.
Audi had to use more durable horns in Indian-market cars, as their normal horns would have been unable to cope with the amount of honking Indian drivers do.
During the Bosnian War, a 1979 Chevy Camaro was updated with state of the art equipment by US Military and was used to take much needed supplies to civilians.