An ambitious Chinese company named Youxia Motors has announced plans to introduce a new supercar called simply One. Based on a Hyundai Genesis Coupe platform, the One packs a potent electric drivetrain that allows it to hit 186 mph.
Lamborghini has just become the first Italian car company in the world to obtain the coveted CO2-neutral certification from DNV GL, and it earned it without resorting to gas-electric hybrid drivetrains or downsized turbocharged engines.
Google's self-driving car prototypes have been caught up in a few accidents over the project's lifetime, though none have been the vehicle's fault, and, more importantly, no one's been hurt. Until now, that is....
Toyota has recalled 625,000 of their hybrid vehicles because "in limited instances, the hybrid system might shut down while the vehicle is being driven, resulting in the loss of power, bringing the vehicle to stop."
Toyota has developed a helper robot designed for long term care of the elderly. The remotely operated device could jumpstart a trend of elderly support robots that may one day feature autonomous functions.