The new digital series expands the scope of the comedian's show, Jay Leno's Garage.
Jay Leno takes a look at the 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca – Click above to watch video after the jump
Advanced Design Tramontana on Jay Leno's Garage – Click above to watch video after the jump
Jay Leno reviews the 2011 Ford Mustang – Click above to watch video after the jump
Robert Downey Jr. on set with his Mercedes-Benz S400 Hybrid
Jay Leno holding court in his personal Bugatti museum – click above to watch the video
Looks oddly familiar, no? - Click above to watch the video
Maserati 8CM number 3011 from Legendary Race Cars - Click above for high-res image gallery
Jay Leno and the 1970 Hotchkis E-Max Challenger - Click above to watch video after the jump
Jay Leno lifting the McLaren MP4-12Cs carbon fiber tub - Click the image to view the video after the jump
Jay Leno and friend – Click above to after the jump
Unlike many, we haven't been losing sleep over Leno leaving The Tonight Show. Partly because we're in bed by that time. Mostly though, despite Jay's well-known obsession with automobiles, the Tonight Show was essentially car-free, instead choosing to focus on Miley Cirus, American Idol and politics. Yawn. Leno's new show – called the Jay Leno Show – looks to address that serious oversight.
Automotive aficionado and all-around cool dude Jay Leno – today celebrating his last night has host of The Tonight Show – is set to receive the "La Bella Macchina" award this August at the 24th Annual Concorso Italiano. One of the highest honors in automotive circles, the award signifies outstanding contributions and a passion for the automotive industry. Previous recipients have included
"It ain't that hard folks -- make better cars." That's the word aimed at Detroit from Jay Leno, the late-night television host and avid hands-on car nut. According to Leno, nobody builds trucks as well as Americans, as he cites the Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado
The LA Times just ran a piece about how car collector extraordinaire and The Tonight Show host Jay Leno is seeing green these days. Not envious in the least, Jay in fact has several warehouses around Burbank that house hundreds of incredible vehicles that would incite lust in just about anyone with a car-loving bone in their bodies. No, the green here is the environmental push that is seemingly sweeping the world over. It seems that after spending more time with fellow celebs a