This Volkswagen Beetle may still look like a barn find, but it's actually an award-winning restoration project. The paint, or lack thereof, will continue to patina, but under the hood and inside, it's a reliable daily driver.
British rock star Luke Spiller of The Struts took a break from touring while in Portland, Oregon. and jumped into Tim Walbridge's '48 Ford Convertible for a spin around town -- and the stories started flowing.
Autonomous cars had a huge showing at CES 2018, with astounding concepts on display from Toyota, Nvidia, and more. Here are some of the highlights, including a modular, mobile box and a powerful new processor.
Have you heard that young people don't buy cars anymore? Well, that's not quite true. Andrea Brimmer of Ally Bank was nice enough to stop by our CES booth for an interview, where she talked about millennials' purchasing habits.
Russian automaker Volga hid an Easter egg for those who play with the car's on-board trip computer display located in the gauge cluster. Push enough buttons in a sequence and voila -- you'll find yourself playing Tetris!
The 2017 New York Auto Show has come and gone, and the theme of this year’s event was automotive excess. Whether it was high-horsepower muscle cars, extreme EVs, or SUVs with tank treads, we’re counting down our favorites rides from the show.
At this year's CES, Joe Mosele of AT&T Mobility spoke with Digital Trends about why every car on the road needs to communicate with one another, the importance of a federal mandate to make all cars connected, and more.
We chatted with Pioneer's Ted Cardenas, the vice president of marketing in the company's car electronics division, about the future of our vehicles, particularly when it comes to self-driving technology.
At CES 2017, Digital Trends had the unique opportunity to interview Jim McBride, Ford’s Technical Leader for Autonomous Vehicles. We talked to him about the future of driverless cars, Amazon Alexa, and more.
MINI Takes The States is a cross-country road rally that invites owners from all corners of the U.S. to join in a group effort to raise meals for hungry Americans. The 2016 MTTS event started in Atlanta, Georgia and ended in Palm Springs, California.
Ex-Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch not only lent his talents in our selection of the 2016 Car of the Year awards but the enigmatic former footballer also shed a little light on what he's like off the field.
After rumors circulated on the web of a potential comeback, former NFL running back Marshawn Lynch told us he's officially retired and has no plans to play football again. Instead, Beast Mode wants to focus on helping people.
Samsung is working hard on its Internet of Things project, and it's latest drive (if you'll forgive the pun) is an in-car dongle that gives 4G LTE connectivity to you and nine passengers, plus plenty of car-related data.