For the last five years Google has been hard at work developing self-driving cars. The technology company has made enormous strides over the last half a decade but there’s still a lot more to do. Continue Reading...
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Almost half of drivers ages 18 to 29 use the internet while driving according to a new study by State Farm. Continue Reading...
So just how much are automakers laying down to pick up the rights to .Ford, for example? Truckloads, but it’s probably one of the best marketing investments since the TV ad. Continue Reading...
Reading this story will pay for any driver hitting the road this summer. Thanks to a new website called FreeAirPump.com, people anywhere in the U.S. and Canada have access to a user-generated list of free air locations. Continue Reading...
Toyota has just released the second official teaser photo of the new 2012 Camry. This picture follows a series of leaked unofficial shots and videos that ended up online in the last few weeks, not to mention the first official teaser image – of the headlight. Today’s photo shows angular taillight, with some of Toyota’s… Continue Reading...
Xou Vang thought he scored a sweet deal on eBay: $55,100 for a 2009 Nissan GT-R with just 36,069 miles on the clock. But Honda of San Marcos, Texas, is refusing to honor the sale, pressuring Vang to pay the full $59,000 sticker—and violating eBay’s stringent rules in the process. As of yesterday, the GT-R… Continue Reading...
Any car owner that has worked on their own vehicle knows what a Haynes manual is. The company has helped educate people working on their own cars for over fifty years. Now Haynes has stepped up to enter the digital age by uploading the manuals on the internet. The Haynes Group took over Vivid Holding… Continue Reading...
BMW announced today that it has been ranked first overall in the inaugural L2 Prestige 100 Facebook IQ. This new index measures the social media aptitude of Presige 100 brands from auto, beauty, fashion, jewelery and watches as well as spirits and champagnes. The Bavarian automaker currently owns and maintains fifty-four separate Facebook pages associated with its various… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen has launched a new platform called “People’s Car Project” debuting in China. This allows internet users in China to post ideas about cars of the future at zaoche.cn. This project is hoping to inspire the Chinese with VW through the interactive content. The aim is for users to co-develop their Volkswagen model of the… Continue Reading...
In what might be the most puzzling vehicle packaging discussion ever, the upcoming 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK will come with an in car internet system. We’re assuming that nearly 100% of SLK owners have a phone with some kind of data plan, not to mention that there’s no a lot of room in an SLK for… Continue Reading...
Buick is hoping to kickstart buzz around their upcoming Regal sports sedan by not manufacturing any buzz at all. Dubbed “The Moment of Truth”, Buick will take a page out of the Fiesta Movement’s book, but geared towards an older crowd. Rather than the zany antics of the Fiesta Movement’s early 20’s demographic, the Regal… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is leading the rush to tablet-based publishing with the creation of a new magazine exclusively for the Apple iPad. Called “Digital Automotive Space” or DAS, the magazine can be obtained via a special app that can be downloaded by iPad users. The magazine will be published quarterly, and features articles, technical information and interactive images,… Continue Reading...