A bellwether case determined switches were dangerous but not at fault in Louisiana collision.
A federal jury found Wednesday that a General Motors car equipped with defective ignition switches were unreasonably dangerous. But the jury didn't award any damages to plaintiffs in the case, saying the ignition switch did not cause their car crash.
Perhaps taking inspiration from the Aston Martin DB5 that James Bond drove in Goldfinger, a New York-area trucker was discovered using a very Q-branch style modification to his truck in an attempt to avoid paying tolls.
Bugatti just opened two new showrooms here in the United States: one in New York and another in Miami, with more to follow. But with the Veyron sold out and the Chiron yet to arrive, neither has any cars to sell at the moment.