In the near future, your car may not be able to drive itself, but it might be able to talk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is encouraging the adoption of vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
If our maths (Brit-speak for math) are correct, Bentley is planning to unveil a Mulsanne Speed with over 811 pound-feet of torque at the Paris Motor Show next month. With torque like that, the Mulsanne Speed could quickly become one of the torquiest production…
Google may think tomorrow's cars won't have steering wheels, but that doesn't jibe with today's safety rules. California won't let Google's self-driving prototype on public roads until the tech giant fits it with manual controls.
How do you make a 225 mph supercar more exciting? Why not cut its roof off? That's what Noble is considering doing to its M600, which could make for one of the fastest, and rarest, convertibles around.
BMW and Daimler previewed their collaborative wireless charging tech for EVs in July, and an electronics company is predicting a 2017 debut. The technology is already being tested in the Formula E racing series for safety and medical cars.