It’s powerful like a gorilla, yet soft and yielding like a Nerf ball. Oh, and it has a “Bort” license plate.
From depleted to back on the road in 90 seconds, Tesla shows off its new battery-swapping trick.
Chilling new research suggests that texting while driving has become the number one cause of death amongst teenagers behind the wheel, surpassing drunk driving for the first time.
Forget flying cars. The next innovation will be vehicles you don’t even have to drive. But would we actually put our lives in the hands of a computer-controlled car?
If you drive through Maryland, the state may be using an automated reader to photograph your license plate — and storing your movements away for future use. Maryland is not alone. ACLU offices in 38 states are looking into how …
While many drivers embrace the spread of connectivity and technology in cars, the reality of late is that some of the upgrades may cause more problems than they provide solutions.
Nevermind high gas prices and government incentives: We just can’t seem to get over the idea of driving a car without gas.
Drivers around the globe purchased nearly a quarter million Toyota Priuses in the first quarter of 2012. That makes the Prius the world’s third best-selling car—and it firmly establishes the fact that this hybrid is not a fluke or a passing trend.
Later this spring, Cadillac will start selling the 2013 XTS, a $44,995 luxury sedan with a standard infotainment system called CUE (Cadillac User Experience), cameras that provide a 360-degree view, magnetic suspension and other …
Google’s not the only company working on cars that drive themselves. On Friday, General Motors announced that it has its own self-driving car tech in the works for Cadillac, called Super Cruise.
Compared to Google’s …