A new surveillance video from Birmingham, England shows two hackers exploiting keyless technology to steal a sleeping man’s Mercedes—in less time than it takes to order something off Seamless. Released by the West Midlands Police Department on Monday, authorities believe it to be the first footage of thieves…
The government of the UK said on Saturday all drones larger than 250 grams—slightly more than half a pound, for all you ignorant Americans—will need to be registered with the Department of Transport following a report by aviation authorities drones as small as 400 grams could damage helicopter windshields. Drone…
It’s anarchy in the streets of Warwickshire, UK as police on are the hunt for two dangerous dog-walking radicals committing the heinous crime of removing traffic cones from the street.
If you’ve ever thought complaints to a major authority wouldn’t be heard, you may just be wrong. But in this case, that isn’t a good thing—a viewer who reportedly wasn’t fond of an Audi R8 ad “promoting irresponsible driving” got it banned from the internet, and the ad shows barely any driving at all.
UK police have reportedly called a £365 fine and a 56-day driving ban for a young driver caught doing 154 mph on a major highway “disappointing.”
The French Air Force and Royal Air Force have sent their finest equipment and crews to Langley AFB in Virginia to take part in an inaugural exercise, dubbed simply “Trilateral Exercise,” alongside the 1st Fighter Wing’s F-22 Raptors. This international air combat force will focus on integrated training for taking on…
The British government is tightening their belts by giving up Prime Minister David Cameron’s private jet charters and shuttling him around in a Voyager A330 mid-air refueling aircraft. The British “Air Force One” equivalent will still be used to fuel up fighters when it’s not transporting VIPs.
If you live in the UK and have been considering an electric motorcycle or scooter, hold off for a few more months, because beginning this summer the government will begin offering up to £1,500 (around $2,300) towards the purchase of an electric two-wheeler.
Watch a scrawny Vin Diesel knockoff drive the Isuzu D-Max Blade (basically the global-market version of the Chevy Colorado) against a horde of zombies to rescue people and puppies, featuring egregious tire squeal.
The British government gave the green light for the public testing of driverless cars and will spend $17 million on up to three cities that will be selected to host the trials.
There's a massive, country-wide freakout going on in the UK after reports that anyone involved in a crash would have their mobile phone seized and inspected by police to determine if they were distracted when the crash took place. And the chief cop behind the hysteria isn't helping matters.
Russia isn't the only nation launching a nuclear sub hunter after two decades of development. The UK recently rolled the third of seven £1 billion Astute Class nuclear submarines, the HMS Artful, out of its cavernous dry dock for a year of demanding sea trials and a quarter century of service beneath the seas.
"SsangYong has much to offer dealers looking to add a new value franchise, the difference being that we're a niche SUV/4x4 specialist and not chasing high volumes or ever higher price points," says Paul Williams, CEO of SsangYong Motor UK.
Ben Westwood, 33, had already robbed 16 different businesses across the U.K. by the time he led police on a 65-mile chase that reached speeds of up to 180 mph.
Stonehenge isn't just for stones anymore. It's also for automotive publicity stunts. Skoda commissioned an artist to build a recreation on the ancient stone structure using 18 junked cars.
The last time we checked in with what TVR was doing, the Scamander was the rough prototype of recently deceased designer Peter Wheeler's dream amphibious lunar rover thingie car. It was weird and had blade paddles sticking out from its wheels.
After being dumped over Facebook a drunk British woman took her crazy revenge by driving her former boyfriend's car into a bowling alley where he worked.
This beautiful BBC image isn't a photo taken from the space station. It's actually a composite showing the location of 2,396,750 road crashes in Great Britain from 1999 to 2010. Each light point is an individual collision which resulted in a casualty. The intensity of brightness shows where collisions are more…
It's rarer than hen's teeth and more rotten than a pear sitting in the owner's orchard, but that is only the beginning of the amusing description that accompanies this 1976 Austin Ute.
There was no reason not to drive your 1993 Volvo 440 off a building—at least that is what this British Volvo commercial seemed to suggest.