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Texas Driver Accused of Crashing $1M Bugatti for Insurance
A trial is set to begin later this month after an insurance company filed a lawsuit against a Texas man accused of intentionally driving his $1 million Bugatti car into a lagoon to collect on the insurance policy. At the time of the crash three...
Ten car recommendations for Yoenis Cespedes
For Yoenis Cespedes , it's been one attention-getting car after another . Each day this past week, social media have been abuzz as the New York Mets slugger has driven a different tricked-out car into the parking lot at the Mets' spring training facility in Port St. Lucie, Florida. What other
$1.1M Pagani to wing its way to USA
For the elite who can afford it, the U.S. is about to get another Italian supercar. Pagani, which has made cars in a village outside Modena, Italy, for a decade, will announce today that it is entering the U.S. market with a model called the Huayra. The 700-horsepower two-seater will cost around
Women Love Beetles; Men Prefer Bugattis
Stylish yet affordable, Volkswagen 's Beetle is the auto most likely to be purchased by women, according to a study of 13 million U.S. vehicle registrations over the past two years. Men are most likely to go for a brawny, gas-chugging GM truck or even a powerful Bugatti with a $2 million pricetag,
Conan's Payback: How Much Did O'Brien's Bugatti Stunt Cost NBC?
Conan O'Brien and NBC Reach an Exit Pact to Make Room for Leno, but Was Scorned Host's $1.5 Million Bugatti Revenge Bit Real?
Conan Prepares for Last 'Tonight Show' Jokes
Deal Could Prevent Future NBC Slams but No Sign of That on Day of Conan's Last Show
Volkswagen says January-July sales set a record
Automaker Volkswagen said Friday that its global sales last month were on a par with last year's, and sales worldwide from January to July reached a new record. Europe's biggest automaker by sales said it sold 521,000 cars last month, the same as a year ago. But for the January-July period, the
Carbon Footprint Be Damned, the Cannonball Run Is Back
Of all the things gearheads making the 2,600-mile Great American Run through the West will worry about -- avoiding the cops, keeping the car intact, finding a bathroom before their bladders burst -- the size of their carbon footprint is at the bottom of the list. What a footprint it is. The 200 or
Prices That Will Make You Cry
If you can buy a pair of Levi's for $68, why pay $11,300 for a pair of Earnest Sewn and Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra jeans? It's not fit, it's feelings. Companies pricing luxury items "are not selling goods, they are selling an emotion," says Jens Baumgarten, head of financial services at Simon