Lamborghini will reportedly call its new hypercar the Centenario LP 770-4 to honor the centennial anniversary of its founder's birth in 1916. As its name suggests, the Centenario LP 770-4 will develop 770 horsepower.
Keen to try different road conditions as well as receive feedback from regular road users, Google is about to roll into Austin, Texas in its self-driving pod car, marking the first test of the diminutive robo-vehicle outside of its home state of California.
Not that you'd want to be the cause of any self-driving car uncertainty, seeing as that could result in some seriously dangerous situations, but hey, if you want to see an unmanned vehicle lurch back and forth, do a track stand.
A new video of the 2016 Ford GT racecar has hit the Internet. Spotted testing at the Sebring International Raceway, the car will enter the GTE Pro class next year and compete in various 24-hour events.
Tesla Motors crossed a bit of a milestone recently when the automaker installed its 500th Supercharger station in Moers, Germany. Tesla claims its Superchargers can provide 170 miles of range with just a 30-minute charge.
BMW is debuting its gesture control system on the 2016 7 Series, and a new video featuring BMW’s manager of user experience shows us how it works. The all-new 7 Series lands in dealerships this October.
The Audi A3 could be the next model to get the Audi 'Virtual Cockpit' display that debuted with the current-generation TT. The display combines the functions of a gauge cluster and center-stack screen.
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As far as unique resumes go, having the line "wirelessly jacked a Jeep from 10 miles away" will certainly get you noticed, and that's exactly what Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek did last month. Now, they work for Uber.
Subaru has announced pricing and specs for its 2016 model year BRZ, which drops to $26,190 while adding new standard features. At $300 less than the 2015 model, Subaru adds a 6.2-inch infotainment system for all trims.
Hyundai has introduced the very first member of its long-awaited N sub-brand. Designed for South Africa, the i20 N gets very minor mechanical upgrades, a new suspension setup, and a more aggressive look thanks to a full body kit and alloy wheels.
Kahn Design is putting the final touches on an open-top sports car dubbed Speed 7. Inspired by Grand Prix racers of the 1930s, the Speed 7 boasts wouldn't look out of place in a black and white photo of the 1937 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.