We drove the Vanderhall Edison 2, an electric three-wheeler that costs $34,950, and found there’s no better way to get attention, even in Beverly Hills. With three wheels, stability isn’t the Edison 2’s calling card, but its manual steering reacts with telepathic precision.

Fugitive ex-executive Carlos Ghosn has an ominous prediction for the company he formerly ran and allegedly defrauded. Ghosn told his lawyer that Nissan will go bankrupt in two to three years. Ghosn is currently in Lebanon after fleeing Japan in a large box with holes cut into it. He says he fled because he felt he couldn’t get a fair trail in Japan.

Indomitus is a 2017 Ford F-500 Super Duty 6×6 that was built by the crew at “Diesel Brothers” for the Minnesota Soybean Research Council. The monster promotional truck, which can run on regular or biodiesel fuel, is now for sale, and it can be yours for $135,000.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

First drive review: Vanderhall Edison 2 commands attention

Ghosn: Nissan “will go bankrupt in two to three years”

Six-wheel Indomitus Ford F-550 Super Duty can be yours for $135,000

Jeep’s car-sharing subscription service potentially called My Freedom

Toyota looks to the skies with $349M investment in Joby Aviation VTOL aircraft

Fernando Alonso is a free agent for 2020 Indy 500 after McLaren contract expires

Review update: 2020 Hyundai Sonata Limited is the best mid-size sedan

Toyota recalls 2.9 million newer vehicles for airbag and seat belt defects

Hyundai and Kia invest in UK electric commercial-vehicle maker Arrival

Report: EPA eases up on plan to rework mpg rules

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