Nick Jaynes is the Automotive Editor for Digital Trends. He developed a passion for writing about cars working his way through Journalism School as a Volvo mechanic. In his free time, Nick enjoys hiking with his Treeing Walker Coonhound, Ruger.
It’s a sad day for Audi fanboys. The German automaker has decided to scrap its hypercar plans and instead focus on something a bit more pressing. What is more pressing than a 550-horsepower hypercar? We haven’t the foggiest.
Battery developers have created a new, inexpensive and easily recycled battery for hybrid cars called the lead-carbon battery, based upon the widely used lead-acid battery. Able to withstand over 100,000 miles of abuse, lead-carbon…
Two academic papers and some counter terrorism reports suggest that automotive hacking isn’t just possible it might already be here and taking lives. With cellular and wi-fi becoming prevalent in modern cars, remote automotive hacking is…
Amusing as it may be, Nissan North America is pushing to make the LEAF as inexpensive as it can. Across the Pacific, however, Nissan is doing the opposite in Japan, creating ways to make the LEAF more expensive, distinctive.
After the crushing failure of the HS 250h model, it seemed Lexus had given up on the entry-level game. Not so, apparently, as the Japanese auto giant has a new turbocharged engine and NX model planned for launch in 2015.
While Formula 1 racing legend Michael Schumacher was driving for Ferrari, he managed to collect two Enzo models, both a standard one and one of the rare FXX models. Now they’re both up for sale in Sweden.