At least, supplier Delphi and a New Zealand company are willing to try it out. Next month at the CES expo in Las Vegas, they will debut a Ford Mustang GT concept that uses 3D graphics on its dashboard screen.
When will fully Autonomous Driving become a reality? That’s the trillion dollar question. It may come down to which company is willing to offer it first, but there are some very clear hurdles to that.
As the Frankfurt Motor Show dies down and we all sleep easy at night with dreams of a Montecarlo Blue Alfa Romeo Giulia, I thought we could process some of the big ideas a lot of automakers hinted at with this year’s show.
The aerospace and aeronautic fields use some of the most insanely futuristic technologies known to man. Thankfully, some of those technologies go perfectly hand in hand with car tech. These are the ten coolest space tech that have trickled down into the world of cars.
Intel, the manufacturer of the majority of chips and processors included in most personal computers on sale today, have now started investigating and developing new methods of hack-proofing automobiles.
Elon Musk believes in it. So does Uber’s Travis Kalanick. The Autonomotive Singularity is inevitable. It is the enemy of enthusiast car culture as it stands, but only as we know it. If we come to understand it, it might just be the best thing ever for car enthusiasts. Might.
Allstate, the second largest insurer in the U.S., has found new ways of monitoring what you do in your car, including everything from the volume of your stereo to the people you ride with.
If you drive a Tesla and use the accommodation renting service Airbnb a lot, you’re in luck. Starting in California, Tesla Motors will hand out free (minus an installation fee) charging stations to certain Airbnb locations.
The government of San Jose, Calif. has come forward with a proposal to mount license plate readers to the city’s garbage trucks in an effort to expand police surveillance beyond department cruisers. Have no fear, innocent citizen, for the trash companies may be stepping up to help our friends in blue.
Ever wonder who comes up with those fuel economy numbers? Does the Environmental Protection Agency do it in some secret underground lair, or is it some guy named Billy Bob in a barn somewhere in Kansas? How do they come up with those numbers, anyhow? Let’s talk through the basic science.
Porsche is working on a new form of intelligent cruise control called “Innodrive,” and it promises to do all the cornering work for you. Well, some of it. You still have to steer.
Yes, it’s just a concept, and I’d be genuinely surprised if they ever made it. But I have to admit I got pretty excited yesterday over the Peugeot 308 R Hybrid. Is this a sign to come that affordable performance hybrids are finally on their way?
I know we all like to bitch and moan about how cars aren't simple, stripped-out, super light machines we can all fix in our own garages with a starter set of tools. I do it too. But a lot of new car technology is actually pretty useful, and successful in making them safer and more efficient.
Some of these parts have been more or less unchanged for the entire history of the car, so maybe it's time for a rethink
I feel like if you're driving a classic 911, your experience should be about the journey, not the destination. But if you really have somewhere to be and don't want to get lost, and are tired of fumbling with your smartphone when you're driving, Porsche has a new-school solution for your old-school car.
There's such a fine line between "I'm rich and own a very exclusive product" and "I'm a rich idiot who just got taken." That line is the Tauri 88 smartphone from Tonino Lamborghini, which costs $6,000.
Today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Audi showed off a big, sleek coupe called the Audi Prologue that will be the source of all their future designs. But as good as the Prologue looks, the real story might just be inside. What does that concept say about the future of car interiors?
If you spend an inordinate amount of time screaming people's names into your dashboard in an attempt to get your car's horrible voice recognition system to make a simple phone call, prepare to be vindicated.