Jaguar used the anniversary of one of its seven Le Mans wins to open a new Classic Works restoration facility for classic cars. Shared with sibling brand Land Rover, it will restore, maintain, and sell the classics.
The McLaren 570S Spider convertible has the same turbocharged V8 hustle as the 570S coupe and 570GT hatchback, but with the added drama of open-air motoring. The Spider drops its top for the first time later this month.
A judge in Ohio is ordering convicted drunk drivers to sign up to Uber and Lyft in a bid to stop them ending up in court again for the same offense. The judge said that now that we have the technology, it's "just common sense."
Hooligan and Super Hooligan racing gain attention as Roland Sands and Indian Motorcycles promote the sport's fun experience. Amateurs can show up and race the same bike they will ride home on, with just a few qualifications.
BMW has introduced the 6 Series GT, which replaces the 5 Series GT. Sharper and more graceful than its predecessor, it's exclusively offered with a straight-six engine and winter-friendly all-wheel drive.
Chevrolet Bolt EV autonomous prototypes have been rolling off a General Motors assembly line in Michigan since January, the company now says. GM has built 130 autonomous Bolt EVs for testing on public roads.
Waymo is retiring its self-driving "pod" car to focus on using mass-produced vehicles instead. The move suggests Waymo has little interest in making its own car, and instead will look toward potential deals with major automakers.
When manufacturers steadily improve their bikes, like Suzuki and the V-Strom 1000, riders benefit with each tweak. The 2018 V-Strom 1000 and new 1000XT now have an inertial measurement for smarter anti-lock braking.
Aston Martin fans who would be happy just to touch the seat leather will have their chance with Aston Martin x Hogan sneakers. Limited to just 3,000 pair in four color combinations, the sneakers will be available in late June.