After some "despair and moaning," Clarkson says, it's time to move on.
Following the UK's decision to leave the European Union, Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter with some unusually sage advice.
On top of restitution, the suit demands a court order force FCA to issue a do-not-drive warning to owners.
Days after the death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin, Jeep Grand Cherokee owners are hitting FCA with a class-action suit over a bad shifter design.
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee scores a Japanese unicorn.
It's Cosmo, but it's not Kramer.
The Denim Knight prowls the streets of Burbank.
The latest season of Jay Leno's Garage kicks off on CNBC. The first episode will feature none other than the latest Batmobile from Batman v Superman.
It failed on a more basic level than we've seen all season.
A misleading segment, a rushed, artificial race, and a lack of the show's traditionally beautiful video make Top Gear's fourth episode a disappointment.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee that rolled down the driveway and crushed actor Anton Yelchin was subject to a recent recall specifically for roll-away risk.
Chris Harris will continue to do his favorite drifty things, only now with a BBC logo.
If you know Chris Harris, think Chris Harris on Cars with a BBC logo. If you don't, this is the new guy you actually want to watch.
Fast 8 now has two Oscar-winning actresses attached to it.
Mirren began campaigning for a role back in the series back in 2014, saying "I'd love to be in a Fast and Furious movie. I keep putting feelers out."
Chris Harris and Rory Reid to take more prominent role, will be on every week.
Chris Evans will have a smaller role, while Rory Reid and Chris Harris will get more screen time. Will it be enough to reverse the sinking ship?
This VW was owned and customized by Jesse James of West Coast Choppers fame. Love him or hate him, you can't fault his taste in toys.
Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and a couple of key guests give us what we’ve been missing.
With two long-awaited hosts to help carry the load and a hilarious guest interview, Top Gear's third episode is far and away its best effort so far.
Comedians getting in cars with Jay Leno.
Queensland funds maker of fast chargers.
David So is impressed with his new Tesla. Queensland, Australia funds Tritium's fast charging efforts. SAE has published its J2954 wireless charging standard.
Reminder: YouTube masses are not the arbiters of taste.
For starters, there are no cars and it's not that funny.
The Ghostbusters' new-to-them 1982 Cadillac DeVille hearse has some big shoes to fill.
It's still a Cadillac, but that's where the similarities end.
Issues remain, including the terrible interviews and a lack of driving impressions.
There are strong pieces in the latest episode of Top Gear, but some of the problems that cropped up in episode one are still here in the second outing.
Still overdone, and still not a Volkswagen Beetle.
Bumblebee will always be a VW Beetle, no matter what Michael Bay says.
Jumps, gravel, asphalt, splashes of water.
A 360° tour of the track is just the thing we need.
This is what it's like to drive a truck with a massive overbite.
Yeah, it's a replica, but it's still one of the coolest machines in Leno's garage.
Steven Soderbergh will work some of his Ocean's Eleven magic with a race as the backdrop.
British bookies are already offering odds on Evans firing, show's cancellation.
Former hosts Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond aren't commenting, but James May said he's a "massive fan." Critics and fans haven't been so kind.
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