The Bonneville may be more stylish than the '66 Peugeot 404, but which is now more valuable?
Leno finds out which car has more style, and a higher price tag: The '66 Peugeot 404 or the '68 Pontiac Bonneville.
Jay Leno learns that the right narrative can change the price of a car.
Jay Leno explores the monetary and intangible value that these cars have in their owners' lives.
The Urban Outlaw calls his collection an "out of control" hobby.
Magnus Walker's first car was a $200 Toyota Corolla. He now has one of the most coveted Porsche car collections in the world which he designs himself.
"Jay Leno's Garage" shows how Mattel's risky investment led to the creation of Hot Wheels and Barbie.
Elliot and Ruth Handler created Mattel from the ground up and took major investment risks to scale out their toy business.
A bad movie can affect a car's price.
In this episode of Jay's Garage, Leno meets car lovers who never want to grow up. Jay Leno and Donald Osborne find out the values of cars for the young at heart.
HANA aims to know you better than you know yourself.
Honda's NeuV concept car has an emotional, AI-based component that interprets its drivers emotions.
Bruce Dietzen invested $200,000 to build a sport scar with bodywork made from hemp cannabis.
Jay Leno says, "It shows you what you can do with a little determination and not a ton of cash."
Jay Leno and Donald Osborne assess and caress a restored Sunbeam Tiger that is the last of its model.
Scott Dixon explains what sets certain racers apart.
Jay Leno meets with IndyCar Champion Scott Dixon to understand the psychology of IndyCar drivers. Dixon explains the role mental fitness plays when competing at a professional level.
With help from world champion Christopher Forsberg.
Formula Drifting World Champion Chris Forsberg teaches Jay Leno and Tim Allen how to drift cars.