BMW's smart cars have brains, beauty, and yes, brawn. An alleged thief learned this the hard way after the car itself turned against him, locking him inside and serving as a temporary holding cell as the authorities bore down upon him.
On Monday, the San Francisco-based transportation giant announced it acquired AI research startup Geometric Intelligence, a New York-based company seeking to "[redefine] the boundaries of machine learning."
Chinese automaker Hongqi wants to return to its former glory by taking on well-established luxury automakers from Europe. It will soon introduce a huge limousine with a retro design and a cabin that blends tradition and 21st century tech.
Volkswagen's Spain-based Seat division has added more power and new tech features to the Leon Cupra. The factory-built hot rod receives a 300-horsepower turbo four, a new infotainment system, and a long list of electronic driving aids.
The Ferrari 488 Challenge is latest race car for Ferrari's Challenge one-make series, which pits amateur drivers against each other in identical cars. The 488 Challenge is based on the 488 GTB road car.
Mercedes-Benz's Australian division has introduced a cab-chassis variant of the G-Class named G300 CDI. Designed to be fitted with a pickup tray, the G300 CDI is a tough, no-nonsense off-roader capable of tackling the Australian bush.
BMW says it has ambitions to create the "coolest" car-sharing service available, one that will ultimately be powered by its self-driving technology. It's also revealed plans to test 40 self-driving vehicles next year on the streets of its…
Regarded by many as "the world's first sports car," the 1914 Vauxhall Prince Henry Sports Torpedo fetched more than $650,000 at an auction in London over the weekend. The stylish-looking vehicle could hit speeds of 80 mph, twice that of…