The Insurance Institute for Highway’s Safety’s (IIHS) small-overlap test is one of the hardest crash evaluations for a vehicle to pass, and interestingly, rear-wheel-drive models have a much more difficult time doing well for several reasons.
The 2015 Ford Mustang promises to be a better car in just about every measurable way compared to the outgoing model. It’s got extra power, a much more advanced chassis and loads of advanced technology. But how will it perform? Let’s explore this car’s weight-to-power ratio.
Automakers are working hard to protect some of the most fragile things on the road: pedestrians.
Volvo’s new XC90 will be able to park itself or help its driver maneuver into a tight space more easily.
If you were hoping something monumental would come from the “Hack-a-Tesla” contest in China, prepare to be disappointed.
Ferrari is hoping its latest steering technology will offer even greater precision than it current cars.
Through social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Luxury, exotic and technology were the trending topics this past week, with the debut of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG coupe. News on the even hotter LaFerrari Spider and FXX also…
Self-driving cars may be on their way, but the FBI is wary of the technology and has legitimate concerns.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said in the past that self-driving cars would be on the road by 2020, but in a new speech Ghosn rolled back those expectations.
Seeking to steer drivers toward being ready to accept self-driving cars, Nissan will introduce two new technologies in the near future that will assume vehicle control at low speeds.
Fuel economy is a top concern these days as automakers, suppliers and consumers alike strive to stretch every drop of petroleum as far as possible. Cylinder deactivation is a key way of bolstering the large-print numbers on a vehicle’s window sticker.
President Barack Obama has highlighted government-backed research on car-to-car communication.
The future of the automobile looks very different from what we know today, and one survey predicts that even the steering wheel will be gone by 2035.
Self-driving cars are no-longer solely in the realm of science fiction, as several automakers are working on a way to make cars drive themselves and make you just a helpless passenger along for the ride.
Nissan recently announced changes to its 2015 lineup, with multiple vehicles receiving its D-Step Shift logic technology.
Hacking computer networks and security systems is so last year. It’s all about hacking cars now.
Would you like it if your car already knew where you were headed and what you wanted to listen to on the radio before you even sat down in it?
BMW wants to cut the cable when it comes to charging its i3 and i8 models.
As you might have heard, there’s a war for your dashboard going on. Apple and Google are introducing new ways to deliver your smartphone’s user experience through your in-car infotainment system.
Bentley sells some of the most luxurious cars on the road, and now the brand will also peddle high-end cell phones.
Mercedes-Benz has just revealed an autonomous truck that the company vows will be on the road by 2025.
To expedite testing, eliminate driver fatigue and ultimately improve vehicle quality, Ford is turning to robotic technology as a way to put its products through their paces.
There’s a lot to like about the 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan, but this might be its coolest feature yet.
Volkswagen is investing in developing the future of vehicle connectivity and infotainment by taking over a research and development facility in Germany.