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  • Wheel Adventure: Jaguar Sharpens its claws

    Wheel Adventure: Jaguar Sharpens its claws
    On its release in 1961, Enzo Ferrari called the Jaguar E-Type “the most beautiful car ever made.”  Wisely, Jaguar decided that its alphabetic successor, the F-Type, wouldn’t be a replacement for its iconic forebear. Rather, this new, low-slung two-seater is a bold statement of what’s new, modern, cool and sexy. Driving it is to understand the definition of thrilling.
  • Jesse Valadez dies at 64; pioneer of L.A.'s lowriders

    Jesse Valadez dies at 64; pioneer of L.A.'s lowriders
    An impressively long line of classic lowriders from throughout Southern California and beyond joined the funeral procession that began at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in East Los Angeles and ended at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier. On a flatbed...

    'Top Gear' recap: American, and proud of it

     
    Episode 4 got me wondering: Who has more testosterone coursing through his slender bod? Tanner Foust, who raced Ford's mega-beast F-150 Raptor through the Arizonan scrub, or his competitor, the unidentified HALO jumper, who bulleted downward through the...

    Electric-vehicle maker Think files for bankruptcy in Norway

     
    Electric-vehicle maker Think Global has filed for bankruptcy in Norway, its home country. The company is among the older manufacturers of battery-powered cars, emerging more than 20 years ago and launching its Think City model in 1999. Think has...

    Kicking the tires on presidential limousines

    The largest collection of retired presidential limousines is ensconced here at the Henry Ford Museum in a frozen-moment procession that begins with Ronald Reagan's 1972 Lincoln Continental and ends with Theodore Roosevelt's 1902 horse-drawn brougham...