Stephen Edelstein graduated from Clark University in 2011 with an M.A. in American History. He was the Editor in Chief of Clark's student newspaper, The Scarlet. Stephen enjoys all things historical, science-fictional, and transportation-related.
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.
Cadillac is considering its first production convertible since the ill-fated XLR. The new model could be another prestigious two-seater, or perhaps a drop-top version of the ATS. Either way, it should be cool.
To maintain its tech dominance, Mercedes-Benz may equip the next-generation S-Class with gesture controls. This new feature won't appear until at least 2018, though, and may have a few ergonomic quirks.