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Blipshift has cool clothes and accessories for the automotive enthusiast in your life, and there's a special Black Friday sale happening this weekend.


A classic car dealer in Cheshire, England says he has the Lamborghini Miura from the movie 'The Italian Job,' a car that was lost for 46 years.


A New Jersey woman made a fake 911 call last week to distract police so she could drive home drunk from a bar.


Bob Lutz will help the Pacific Aviation Museum raise funds for the restoration of historic sites in Pearl Harbor.


Marcus Nelson, the former head of communications at Faraday Future, publishes a note on Medium about his last job and the search for a new one.


An auction house in Dallas has sold the original license plates that marked President John F. Kennedy's limousine the day he was assassinated. An unidentified buyer won with a high bid of $100,000.


Costumes Test Ability Of Google's Autonomous Software In Discerning Odd Shapes

Do self-driving cars get spooked by vampires? That's one of the questions Google set out to answer over the past weekend when dozens of trick-or-treaters visited the company's Mountain View, California headquarters.


Ballard Signs $3 Million Deal For Fuel Cell Trams In China

Fully Charged covers electric lawnmowers in a new video. MotorTrend shaves time off Tesla Model S Ludicrous Mode's 0-60 time. Ballard signs $30 million deal to develop fuel cells for trams in China.


Warranty Direct puts together a composite Frankenstein's Monster of a car built out of the least reliable automotive components on the road in the UK. The results leave us afraid. Very afraid.


By combining data from the OBD-II port and vehicle relays, the Kickstarter for the Voyo claims to give drivers access to useful automotive features right from their smartphone. In addition to reams of useful data and the ability to control the locks, some models can even get a form of stop/start.


A man in Massachusetts got stuck in some mud while off-roading in his old Jeep last week and was hit with legal charges and a $48,000 tow bill.


A priceless lunar rover prototype was sold for scrap in Alabama, but was rescued from the clutches of disaster at the last possible moment.


The Penske Ferrari Maserati dealership inside the Wynn resort in Las Vegas is closing after ten years. It will relocate to Towbin Motorcars.


The lifesize, road-legal Little Tikes Cozy Coupe that English brothers John and Geoff Bitmead built in 2013 is up for sale on eBay UK.


The Total Is Far Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts

A British researcher used survey data to identify the most pleasing car parts. And then he compiled them into a heinous composite image.


Not only did a British team of expert builders construct a life-size camper out of Lego, they made it fully functional inside, too. The result absolutely must be seen.


The 1,000-hp Audi RS6 Avant formerly owned by Swedish freeskier Jon Olsson was stolen and then set on fire in a brazen armed robbery in Amsterdam.


Major changes could make Woodward Avenue, Detroit's unofficial main street, more friendly to pedestrians and cyclists.


SCAQMD Donates Electric Lawnmowers

The Audi Q6 e-tron will be built in Brussels, Belgium. Transport for London is UK's first Toyota Mirai customer. SCAQMD delivers electric lawnmowers as part of a demonstration program.


It Goes About As Well As You Might Expect

A man from Missouri attempted to put out an out-of-control fire by driving over it in a van full of gasoline and ammunition Tuesday afternoon.


Tesla claims two journalists from the Reno Gazette-Journal entered the Gigafactory land illegally, then hit and injured two workers before being arrested.

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