The Internet of Things is growing larger by the second, and now, it's taken over your luxury cars. In an impressive display at Thursday's Microsoft Build, German automaker BMW unveiled the expansion of its ConnectedDrive in-car system.
Red Bull has released a video of a Ferrari F40, equipped with chains and extra lights, tackling a ski slope in one of the strangest displays of hooning ever, if you don't count the "Tax The Rich" crew.
Tesla owners claim that valets have started popping up at the busiest supercharger stations to ease congestion. Tesla acknowledges it's making changes in the name of convenience, but it stresses that the attendants aren't valets.
Roborace unveiled a design for its autonomous race car, created by Tron: Legacy vehicle designer Daniel Simon. Organizers hope to launch the series sometime in the next year, as a support for Formula E.
Dutch politicians want to ban all new cars with an internal combustion engine in 2025. The motion's proponents want Holland to kick its fossil fuel habit, while its opponents call it "the wishful thinking of a headless chicken."
Peugeot-Citroen has returned to profitability, and it's looking at ways to keep growing in Europe and abroad. The car maker is allegedly preparing to launch its first-ever pickup truck, a model that might be based on the Toyota Hilux.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV goes on sale at the end of this year, and ahead of that date, we sat down with the vehicle’s Product Marketing Manager Darin Gesse. We spoke about the Tesla Model 3, one pedal driving, and the Bolt’s projected…
Uber is a great service, but only when it works. When it doesn't, however, instead of having to send an email to its support address, you can now simply head to the customer support section in its app.