Hundreds of vehicles will be on display at Lake Las Vegas on Saturday as part of the Drive 25 car and golf showcase.
The 14th annual Cadillac Through the Years car show will be Sunday at Town Square Las Vegas, and the event promises to be another blockbuster show featuring 117 years of Cadillac design and performance.
One of the most celebrated aspects of Americana is the muscle car, an iconic example of the power of Detroit iron. Muscle car culture and drag racing are once again on display Friday through Sunday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with the return of MuscleCars at The Strip.
Southern Nevada has endless opportunities for pickup truck drivers in a region that offers everything from the desert to the mountains. And whether a vehicle has two-wheel drive, front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, trucks are fast becoming the choice of young adults, millennials and baby boomers.
The Motor Trend International Auto Show returns to Las Vegas this weekend, bringing more than 350 of the latest automobile models from nearly 20 top manufacturers.
A Las Vegas company is drawing on technology popular in Europe to change the way car and truck owners service their vehicle’s engines.
Summer has always been the deadliest time of year for driving, and those older than 65 have a much higher incidence of fatal injury per annual miles driven.
On Saturday, a custom Scrambler build will cross the auction block at Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction at the South Point, with full proceeds going to Shriners Hospital for Children. The one-of-a-kind motorcycle was customized as part of Ducati’s Maverick program by prolific celebrity tattoo artist Grime.
Following the success of the inaugural summer Mecum Las Vegas Vintage Motorcycle Auction last June, which achieved $4.4 million in sales with an 80 percent sell-through rate, Mecum will again return to the South Point this Friday and Saturday with an estimated 600 vintage and collectible motorcycles on offer.
Motorists with the money can now explore off-road in luxury or just make a statement dropping the kids off at school.
Every December, carmakers and dealerships scramble to hit end-of-year goals and sell off vehicles from the outgoing model year. But this December might be one for the record books.
Legendary real estate mastermind Don Laughlin saw a gold mine from the air back in the 1960s when he spotted a broken-down fishing village during an airplane ride over the Colorado River. Laughlin purchased the land, renamed the town that is located some 100 miles south of Las Vegas and turned it into another adult playground.
The Motor Trend International Auto Show returns to Las Vegas, bringing more than 350 of the latest automobile models from 22 of the top manufacturers. To be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road, the annual event will take place Nov. 24-26, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Halls N-3 and N-4.
Another Specialty Equipment Market Association and Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo show is in the books, and the high-horsepower annual gathering concluded a four-day run Oct. 31-Nov. 3 in Las Vegas with very impressive numbers.
More than 70,000 attendees celebrated the “hot rod” custom car culture and visited 2,400 booths within 1 million square feet of exhibit space at last week’s Specialty Equipment Market Association show to learn about the latest tools and products that can help them augment the performance and appearance of their cars and trucks.