When I won my high school’s “Biggest Fuckup Who’ll Never Amount To Anything, Ever, And Is Ugly” award, I swore that one day I’d show them, all of them, even if it meant cramming myself into a tiny asphyxiating 67-year-old three-wheeled deathtrap with a man vastly more successful than myself. I’m happy to say I’ve done…
GQ Style rounded up a bunch of automotively-inclined celebrity and editiorial types to talk about what makes the ‘modern’ class of classic supercars and sports cars so popular. If you don’t feel like reading, at least take a gander at the beautiful gallery of cars.
Part of what makes the Jay Leno’s Garage YouTube channel interesting are the guest stars he invites onto the show. Often these people are car collectors or mechanics. In this week’s video, the guest was neither.
Jay Leno knows a lot about cars, way more than I will ever know in my lifetime. He knows the modern cars, the classics, the weird stuff and everything in between—but when it comes to paying for them his advice is a bit limited.
The expression “balls to the wall” has far less to do with male anatomy and quite possibly far more to do with the mechanical engineering genius of the steam engine.
The Secret Service let Vice President of these United States Joe Biden drive his 1967 Corvette when Jay Leno turned up, and the first thing he does is a glorious American burnout.
Something that’s apparently been on his bucket list since childhood, Jay Leno recently hopped into a 2,500-horsepower car that pops up two wheels for show. The problem was, the vehicle didn’t stay on two wheels for long—it went into an wild, unintended barrel roll instead.
I will never forget the morning I catapulted to stardom, when Jay Leno mentioned my recent Jalopnik column on The Today Show. I was asleep, and I found out about it hours later on Twitter.
On the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay takes us for a ride on his 1931 Indian Scout 101. And he proves that motorcycles have gotten worlds easier to ride.
This car spent at least 12 years of its life as a piece of lounge art, but today, Jay Leno felt the need to apologize to all XJ220s for misjudging them just like most people on this planet.
Every now and then, Jay Leno is letting us peek behind the scenes so we can see what’s cooking in what is most likely to be the best garage in the world. It’s always a feast of weird and wonderful, like a 1914 electric car made of wood managing a Tesla’s worth of power, or a vintage motorcycle.
The Ronin remains one of all our all-time favorite bikes in the past decade. After the original prototype was built back in 2009, we didn’t think there was a shot that Magpul would actually build them at scale. We were wrong, and now Jay Leno has gotten his hands on one.
You might recognize the Fab Fours Legend from SEMA a few months ago. Now that Leno's had a chance to take it out on the road we pretty much have to believe it is indeed real... though part of me's still pretty sure this is an R/C car or CGI animation.
I guess Chevy won't need a better advertisement for the Corvette Z06 than Mr. Denim Shirt himself getting pulled over in the canyons.
Jay Leno is probably the most famous car nut in the world. Along with that, he dedicates a ton of his time to entertaining the troops. Recently, he spent some time Cpl. Ethan Laberge, a wounded vet and car nut. And after he took him for a ride in a new Challenger Hellcat, he gave it to the soldier. The feels.
Jay Leno hasn't been a regular on TV since his stint on The Tonight Show ended earlier this year. But he has been online, talking cars on Jay Leno's Garage. And now it sounds like he's coming back to TV with a brand new show all about cars.
Jay Leno, a man who owns every car in the known universe says that the Mercedez-Benz 600 is his favorite car. He has one of the largest and most diverse car collections in the world, so when he says one is his favorite, you'd be wise to listen up.
While Jay Leno thinks Lancia's Roman-inspired names weren't the most fortunate (the Fulvia reminds him of a certain lady part and Flaminia sounds like an STD), when Zagato entered the game, that hardly mattered. Meet the world's sexiest V4.
"I want to be in that meeting when someone suggested, 'Why don't we make it with 707 horsepower?'" Jay Leno says of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Then again, the most powerful muscle car you can buy is kind of a no-brainer.