Jay Leno tried a Vintage Electric bicycle recently and loved it. Workmanship is first class. It is a cruiser style machines with about 30 miles of range.
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The Mercedes C111 supercar held top speed records for nearly 25 years and pioneered Wankel engines. If you were Jay Leno, you’d want to drive it, too!
It’s a funny story. Jay Leno tries to call Tesla CEO Elon Musk after seven years of politely waiting for a good time. It goes badly, but Musk sells a car.
There are few people on the planet as enthusiastic or knowledgeable about automobiles as Jay Leno. The comedian and talk show host has spawned an entire industry around his incredible car collection, and major automakers go out of their way to bring their latest and greatest creations to his garage, including the Nissan GT-R LM […]
We live in an era where 600+ horsepower supercars are surprisingly common and affordable. The Shelby GT500, Dodge Challenger Hellcat, and Tesla P85D all offer immense power and speed for between $55,000 and $110,000. But you don’t need a cutting edge car and hundreds of horsepower to have fun, as Jay Leno demonstrated driving around […]
Erick Belmer of Ohio has driven over 200,000 miles in his Chevy Volt since buying it two years, proving this plug-in hybrid can go the distance.
The BMW i3 was awarded Green Car Journal’s 2015 Green Car Of The Year award at the Los Angeles Auto Show last week.
Lightning Motorcycles made an appearance in Jay Leno’s Garage, where the comedian got a chance to take a ride on the record-setting electric motorcycle.
The McLaren P1 GTR is a hybrid hypercar so powerful that if you’re one of the lucky few to afford one, you’ll only be allowed to drive it on a track!
Remember that unique, bespoke BMW i8 that came to the past weekend’s Concours d’Elegance in Pebble Beach? Well it sold yesterday for $825,000.
Jay Leno is a lover of all thing innovative and mechanical, and the Harley Project LiveWire electric motorcycle struck a chord with the legendary funnyman.
Jay Leno’s obsession with automobiles is well known, and the latest addition to his garage is this McLaren P1 hybrid hypercar, star of Leno’s latest video.
Now that he’s retired, Jay Leno can spend his time in his massive car collection, where he gets to play with cars like the 1925 Noble E-20 steam-powered car.
The Toyota FT-1 Concept finally adds some excitement to a stodgy lineup, and the recently-retired Jay Leno got a personal tour of the Future Toyota.
The Ricardo HyBoost hybrid system uses an electric supercharger and downsized engine for better performance and efficiency, as Jay Leno got to see in person.
Arguably the car the Chevy Volt should have been, the Cadillac ELR is a plug-in hybrid for discerning luxury car buyers. This sexy hunk of 21st century technology will set you back between $60,000 and $70,000, which is pocket change for a guy like Jay Leno. So it’s no surprise that the ELR showed up in Leno’s garage.
Comedian, talk show host, and all-around gearhead Jay Leno loves automobiles as much as a man can, and his all-encompassing passion is really something to be admired. From American muscle to steam-powered trikes, if they built it, Leno probably has it in his garage/warehouse. Recently, Leno got a special visit from Tesla Motors, who let him burn rubber in one of their new Tesla Model S sedans.
It seems hard to believe, but 2011 is all but over. In my first year as Editor of Gas2, I’ve tried to bring you lots of cool, weird, and interesting stories on alternative fuels. But which stories did you, the readers, respond most to? Well to round out the year, I’ve compiled a list of […]
The Chevy Volt has its supporters, and its detractors. You can famed car enthusiast and talk show host Jay Leno as an avid supporter. The late-night funnyman has wracked up a whooping 11,000 miles in his Chevy Volt in the past year…without adding a single drop of gas. Saving Gas, Saving Money According to Leno, […]
Real-world stars from Revenge of the Electric Car and even some from Who Killed the Electric Car? were on hand to celebrate not only the opening of a film, but the beginning of real independence from oil.