Top Gear’s former Stig, Ben Collins, has put his real world skills into sim racing development. In this interview, he reveals his favorite car and track combination, as well as what it feels like to have his “virtual ass kicked.”
NHTSA says it will start putting crash-test dummies in back seats beginning in 2019, in response to the popularity of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. Currently, dummies are only seated in the front.
While Tesla can sell cars in its Raleigh, North Carolina store, the DMV has ruled it cannot sell from a Charlotte showroom. People can look, but not buy. The DMV says local Charlotte auto dealers 'willing' to take over sales.
A Florida man who was caught using a signal jammer during commutes in an effort to stop drivers using their handsets has this week been hit with a $48,000 fine by the Federal Communications Commission.
Google has just announced plans for a brand new R&D center in the traditional home of the automotive industry. The Detroit facility will initially focus on readying the recently announced self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
Volvo has introduced the modular platform that will underpin its next compact models. Part of the 40-series family, the compacts will offer advanced hybrid and electric drivetrains, a stylish design, and a long list of high-tech features.
Bentlely could build a topless version of the Mulsanne after all. The catch is that just 20 examples would be built by hand by Bentley's in-house coach builder, and each one will cost well over $1 million.