Bob Lutz is the straight-shooting, innovative former GM vice chairman and at 81, he's still helping shape the future of the auto industry. He describes his new project and reveals what he's learned about good and idiotic leaders during his career.
I Am the Bird
You never know when something is going to happen that will change your life in an instant. Joe Pires had dreamed of flying since he was a young boy, but finally, in his 50s, he got his chance in a unique contraption called a gyroplane. Come fly away.
Family Tree of Car Manufacturers
The world of auto manufacturers have a confusing family trees. Car companies own bits and pieces of each other, while others frequently share parts, platforms and even entire cars.
Jaguar The Evolution Of Luxury Car
Jaguar Motorcars began life in 1922 run by Sir William Lyons who owned the Swallow Sidecar Company. SSC originally made motorcycle side cars before expanding into the manufacture of motorcars.
Hitch a Ride Back in Time
The VW microbus is an iconic symbol of the 1960s and '70s. And, it turns out, one of the most popular -- and valuable -- classic vehicles around these days. See how a father and son team is bringing memories back as they restore these vintage vans.
Top 10 Most Expensive Cars In The World 2012
Here is the list of world’s most expensive cars in 2012. In this list I am going to include the cars only for the people who can spend a behemoth amount for a new vehicle in their passageway. This information by First Vehicle Leasing.
The DeLorean's Enduring Appeal
This is the story of an iconic car, a legendary Detroit maverick and an unusual chapter of automotive history. Go back in time to find out how one special car came to symbolize a decade and inspired a new generation to find their futures in the past.
Two years after battling throat cancer, William Randolph decided to finally fulfill his lifelong dream of flying solo around the world. At the age of 76, he took off in a homemade single-engine plane and had the adventure of a lifetime.
Rachel's Surprise VIP Visitor
This is the story of a car, the 93-year-old woman who drove it for every one of its 570,000 miles, the website that produced a story that became a viral hit and the car company executive who came to pay tribute to Rachel and her beloved Chariot.
Rachel Veitch's Final Joyride With Chariot
Her body broke down before her beloved car -- but 93-year-old Rachel Veitch wouldn't have it any other way. Come along as Growing Bolder joins the viral video star for her last ride in her Mercury Comet Caliente.