These new eco-billboard in California feature the Toyota Mirai fuel cell electric vehicle and help clean the air and smog around them using something like a catalytic convertor. 37 billboards will be deployed in Los Angeles and San…
Swedish supercar Koenigsegg's limited edition models are incredibly fast, cost $2 million-plus, and take 4-5 years to deliver. The company founder says they're focused on getting delivery times down to 2 to 2.5 years.
Ford has confirmed it will bring the Bronco back to American showrooms in a few short years. While it's still very much a work in progress, this is what we expect from the Blue Oval's born-again off-roader.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this…
The Tesla Model S has been out since 2012, but the electric vehicle is constantly being updated and improved. From performance to safety to self-driving tech, here’s everything we know about the luxury sedan.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said the Tesla Model 3 will have a competitive edge with "superhuman assist" features. Jonas differentiates between autonomous and automated driving, saying the Model 3 will need a human driver.
The Jeep wasn't designed to race, but a speed addict is out to build one that can beat purpose-designed sports cars down a drag strip. His aim is to turn the CJ-7-based dragster into the fastest Jeep in the country.
A German tuner named Pogea Racing has built a hotter version of the Fiat 500 Abarth. It offers Porsche Cayman-like performance, nimble handling, and aggressive looks in a package that easily fits in the tightest parking garage.
There’s more to off-road racing than you think. Engines that make over 800 horsepower, trucks that can jump 50 feet through the air, and the kind of can-do attitude that is sadly missing from other racing series.
By stringing electrical cables over the road, Siemens has developed a hybrid truck that draws power from the cables like a trolley. What started in Sweden is making its way to a part of the 710 and 405 highways in Los Angeles.