The U.S. Postal Service is currently looking for a replacement for the venerable Grumman LLV delivery truck. We've seen two possible replacements, one from Karsan, and another from OshKosh. There are four other companies that have prototypes under consideration, too, including AM General, Utilimaster, Mahindra, and VT Hackney. Now the prototype from VT Hackney has finally been spied, and it looks pretty interesting.
Last year McLaren Automotive Limited applied to trademark the name "McLaren GT" in the U.S. and the UK. Last week the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the request. It's tempting to wonder if we're looking at the name of the new McLaren monster car, the three-seat road-going Ultimate Series offering so far known as BP23. McLaren has, after all, called the coupe a "Hyper-GT" in an official press release.
No more ugly tags and boxes on your windshield.
There was just one conflict, so Fuji race changed its date for him
Racing seats and harnesses were the only modifications.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency signs a deal with Vigilant Solutions for access to a massive license plate tracking database.
"We anticipate refiling our motion early this week."
An NYC task force proposes a congestion charge, with cars paying $11.52 to drive in certain parts of Manhattan.
It's actually cheaper over the course of a three- or four-year lease than BMW's current $300 charge.
It plans a gasoline-powered SUV for the U.S. but unveiled an electric crossover with no side windows.
Toyota's hybrid sales continue to decline, while Ford's, Honda's level off
"What this [VW settlement] can do is make it easier for more transit agencies to try more electric buses on a greater number of routes, and become familiar with them and see that they really work for them."