Daniel Casillo started last night by racing some friends on jet skis near JFK airport. His night ended in custody, having easily broken through the airport’s $100 million, state-of-the-art security systems. Strangely, the airport couldn’t be happier.[jump]
Here's the story of how a BMW owner spent the better part of a year driving around with license plates assigned to a Honda last registered in the 90s. He'd still have the "stolen" vanity plates — sent to him by the New York DMV — if it weren't for two run-ins with Johnny Law.
New York is fairly forward-thinking when it comes to energy innovation, but it's pretty terrible when it comes to solar. City College of New York wants to change that, so they created an interactive solar map of the city using laser airplanes.
Albany's pitching replacing all license plates with these new "Empire Gold" plates — similar to ones used between 1973 and 1986 — as a safety enhancement, citing increased visibility. Taxpayers, however, are up in arms over the mandatory $25 fee.
Mitsubishi has formally announced intent to sell it's all-electric Mitsubishi iMiev in the United States before 2012. Furthermore, they've announced a partnership with Portland General Electric to develop the infrastructure to support it.
The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee has been fully revealed and the new SUV, riding on the Mercedes ML chassis, takes Jeep in an entirely different and upscale direction.
We caught our first glimpse of the 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster earlier today, but now we get another look giving us a better idea of the profile on Nissan's new convertible.
The 2010 GMC Terrain will debut next week at the New York Auto Show, bringing a considerably more rugged attitude to GM's small SUV platform. One might say it's even more "like a rock."