This is the all-new 2022 Honda Civic Si

2022 Honda Civic Si

The emergence of the latest 2022 Civic Si is important for a few reasons. One, the Si has always represented a sweet spot in the Civic lineup. If the regular Civic is too mundane for you, and the Type R is too…outlandish, then the Si is a great pick. The last generation Si was quite […]

My Bronco is Finally Scheduled for Production

bronco scheduled

It took 433 days from my initial reservation on July 14th, 2020, but Ford bronco is finally scheduled my Bronco for production. On September 20th, 2021, Ford has sent me the above email, confirming a November 15th, 2021 production date. While I am super excited, I won’t believe it until the vehicle shows up at […]

Speculation: 2023 Acura Integra

If you haven’t heard, a new Acura Integra is coming! Acura notes that the “fifth-generation Integra will be a premium sport compact with a striking five-door design”. So, what should we expect? We are big fans of the original Integra here at the ‘Verse, with reviews of the amazing Type R, plus tons of content […]

Hooniverse Asks: What should a modern truck have and look like?

2022 toyota tundra trd pro

I’m in San Antonio, Texas this week and I just drove the new 2022 Toyota Tundra. I can’t yet talk about how it drives. But it does make me wonder what buyers are looking for in this space. I’m curious what they want both in terms of powertrain options, interior gadgetry, and overall exterior styling. […]

This 1987 Buick GNX is a $215,000 car per BAT buyers

215000 buick gnx bat

It’s easy to make jokes about the auction prices paid on Bring-A-Trailer. Low-hanging fruit, really. But this one feels particularly extra bonkers. What you see above is an absolutely wonderful example of the Buick GNX. Per the listing, Buick cranked out just 547 examples and this one is #255. On top of that, it’s in […]

The News for September 24th, 2021

Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. This week: Toyota drops all-new Tundra for the first time since 2007, Acura and Motul team up for Rad NSX Type S pace car, and Audi steals Ken Block for EV […]

In Pictures: Caffeine & Carburetors, 09/12/2021

Caffeine & Carburetors is always a spectacular show. The event encompasses almost the entirety of downtown New Cannan, CT with the Sunday morning affair bringing out some of the Northeast’s finest vehicles. There’s seemingly something for everyone: Vintage race cars, off-roaders, modern exotics, JDM dream-machines, and everything in-between. After a brief stretch off thanks to […]

The Joy of Driving

porsche panamera gts

Fellow enthusiasts, lend me your ear. Wait, too dramatic? OK, let’s start over. Look, we need to start talking people into following us into the promised land, the hooniverse. Lots of mainstream media outlets have foretold the end of our kind. Apparently, the youths supposedly aren’t getting their driver’s license, or aren’t interested in owning […]

Traffic Rotaries and Roundabouts are two different things

runabout rotary

Casually scanning my social media stream and I came across a tweet from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation that blew my mind. It turns out that next week is #RoundaboutsWeek (who didn’t know this?) and MassDOT would like clear some things up. One of those is that traffic Roundabouts and Rotaries are two different things. […]

Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 EV test mule totally blends into Boston traffic

hyundai ioniq 5 test mule

Why? Why are automakers using these ridiculous camos to cover-up their test mules? I understand that they want to hide the vehicle’s lines and final production and market-specific details, but why the camo? Wouldn’t covering up those details in a plain wrap work nearly as well? But does it even make sense to use the […]