As part of National Drive Electric Week, an event will be staged at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve parking lot Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Today’s event will be held under a photovoltaic solar canopy that tracks the sun during the day while providing electric power to two ChargePoint electric car recharging stations.
Whether you just love going to see classic cars or you have been thinking about buying one, a car show is the best way to really get to know the classics and what it takes to restore or maintain one for the long run. Many shows in the Las Vegas area are family friendly and offer fun for all ages, so grab the kids and make plans to check out one of these great car shows this fall.
If you buy the 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid, you also are buying the 2018 model. They are unchanged year to year.
Hundreds of antique, vintage and collectible motorcycles will cross the auction block Friday and Saturday during the Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction that will take place indoors at South Point. Three collections will highlight the consignments expected to be received from across the country that will attract motorcycle buyers, sellers and spectators from around the world to the event.
Chapman Automotive Group is excited to introduce the all-new 2017 Jeep Compass into the Southern Nevada market. The new model boasts refinement and style, and is fused to create a new entry in the compact SUV segment.
Ford Motor Co. excels in the pickup truck industry, and the 2017 F-250 Super Duty is proof.
GreenFest 2017 will be staged Saturday at Downtown Summerlin from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in conjunction with the Tour de Summerlin bicycle race and a health and wellness festival.
Findlay Toyota General Manager John Barr and his team are working long hours in Barr’s quest to become the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man of the Year. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society bestows the title of Man or Woman of the Year to the individuals who raise the largest amount of money for the organization.
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” — Mahatma Gandhi, Indian leader
The city of Las Vegas is partnering with Navya, a French company that builds autonomous electric shuttle buses, and Keolis, a public transportation company, to offer a driverless shuttle bus pilot program. The bus will service the newly created Innovation District on the East Fremont Street corridor downtown. This will be the first autonomous car program to be implemented on a public transportation system anywhere in the U.S.