He never designed an automobile and never even sold a single car, yet he’s had as much impact on the auto industry as anyone over the last 50 years. Find out how J.D. Power’s business got its start at his family’s kitchen table.
In his new book, “Last Chance: Preserving Life on Earth,” National Wildlife Fund president and CEO Larry Schweiger breaks down the science of global climate change and explains how dire the consequences could be if the problems aren’t fixed.
When Detroit gets in trouble, General Motors usually turns to its fiery retired vice-chairman Robert Lutz. Find out why, at 79, he’s always willing to unretire and shake up the “bean counters” to remind them what’s really important about car buying.
Our gal pal, 92-year-old Rachel Veitch, has really hit the big time. She recently flew to California to be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! We stopped by to see Rachel off as she was whisked to the airport in style.
Whether you prefer the cars of yesterday or the cutting-edge vehicles of tomorrow, life is all about getting in and putting the pedal to the metal. Take :60 and see how you can start Growing Bolder.
Established and operated by the forgotten pioneers of stock car racing, the Living Legends of Racing Museum is not easy to find, but well worth the search for anyone interested in racing’s roots.
In this GB Classic, Marc gets an unforgettable ride in a ’57 Chevy that has been “slightly” customized. Fasten your seatbelt — this is gonna be a wild ride.
A century after Henry Ford invented the assembly line, the unthinkable is happening to the auto industry. See how the Big Three are trying to survive with the new models of today and a concept car of tomorrow.
Even in his 90s, he’s a young man at heart. Our pal Banana George admits to still having an eye for the ladies and a love of fast cars. He’s also got a few tips for living a long and active life. Hop in — the bananamobile is cruisin’ for chicks.
In 1958, the Ford Edsel was supposed to revolutionize the automobile industry, but instead it became a historical mistake.