Audi is out to impress with its latest showcase of its autonomous driving technologies.
Certain Audi models can now stream music from popular online services.
Volvo plans to show off how far it has come with its autonomous driving technologies at the upcoming LA Auto Show.
Audi is no stranger to building self-driving performance cars, but it’s latest product makes the TT that ran Pikes Peak look like a joke.
It’s no secret Honda’s Acura division is struggling. For years they’ve had difficulty gaining real traction in the market and 2014 is no different, with year-over-year deliveries falling 1 percent through September. But this slippery situation could change if they borrow a strategy from one of their rivals.
Tesla has confirmed that an all-wheel drive Model S is on the way.
Audi will be showing off its autonomous driving technologies at the German Touring Car Championship (DTM).
A four year project meant to develop new collision avoidance technology is drawing to a close at Volvo and the fruits of that labor have been revealed.
Did you know that affordable, mainstream cars are getting those impressive, eyebrow-raising features that are usually reserved for high-end luxury cars?
Volvo has extracted a massive amount of power from a small engine to show off the capabilities of its new Drive-E powertrains.
Voice recognition software has been brought intos car to keep our hands on the wheel, but are these setups keeping our minds on the task at hand?
The Tesla Model S is getting several new advanced safety features.
Daimler Chairman Dieter Zetsche will unveil a new concept car on Monday, January 5, 2015 in Las Vegas during the Consumer Electronics Show.
The Oculus Rift isn’t just being used to develop video games.
The “something else” Tesla plans on announcing next week is reportedly an introduction to the company’s automated driving functions.
Adaptive cruise control is common on many high-end cars, but did you know that a massive monthly payment isn’t necessary to access the technology? Cars with adaptive cruise control will slow down and speed up according to the vehicle ahead, making highway commuting much easier. Some systems will even stop the car completely and then…
California is taking further steps to embrace electric vehicles.
Using a new technology feature on the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette might end up getting you into trouble.
TomTom and Bosch are working on advanced driver assistance systems.
Tesla hasn’t even started on its first Gigafactory and California is already hoping for a second.
The future of electric motoring has the green light for testing in real-world traffic scenarios.
Electric motors in hybrids and EVs do more than just save gas; they have incredible potential for enhanced performance and safety. In fact, many hybrids have all-wheel drive systems that are better than what you would find in a gasoline car.
Toyota is the latest automaker to reveal its plans for a next-generation head-up display.
Police of the future could be able to detect distracted driving with the same effort as spotting speeders by using radar guns.