People have been amazed at the story of how 36 Chevrolet Corvettes, one from the 1953 to 1989 model years, were discovered hidden away in New York City.
An automotive supplier – especially one tucked away in a small industrial city in southern Austria – is an unlikely steward for a car collection this diverse.
Although motor homes didn't really take off until the 1970s, the first motor home that we know of was built by Raymond Frank back in 1958.
What's old is new again at Bentley because the brand is putting the 1929 4½-litre Blower back into production.
Henry Ford is one of the most prominent inventors and innovators in American history and one of the greats in the automotive industry.
Some ambitious groups and even automakers have recently stepped into the Lego world with fabulous full-scale replicas of real-life cars, one of which can even be driven.
Here’s one for all the 1980s fans, whether you grew up during the decade of excess or simply look back upon it fondly.
About a month ago, we showed you a rather weird and impressive machine – a motor shed based on a 1999 Volkswagen Passat and powered by a 4.2-liter V8 engine sourced from an older Audi RS4.
Since 1962, the James Bond franchise has been a profitable example of always outrageous, sometimes campy spy movies that have survived changes in audience tastes, political trends and superhero domination of the box office.
Starship Technologies is expanding its fleet of autonomous food delivery robots, and they'll be roaming college campuses soon.
After four decades, so well hidden, that most believed it had been destroyed, the hero car from the Warner Brothers cult movie Bullitt reemerged in January 2018 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Less than ten years ago, the municipality of Kaufdorf, in the canton of Bern, Switzerland, had more classic cars than residents.
Big, impressive, and noisy – those were the three words that Nick Mead, the owner of the Tank Limo, would use to describe his gargantuan masterpiece.