Tesla wants you to help render yourself obsolete -- at least, insofar as driving is concerned. Over the weekend, Tesla updated its Autopilot feature along with its data sharing policy to allow for video collections.
A third generation Toyota Supra was found abandoned in the mountains of Japan. A drifting enthusiast managed to find it and upload a video of what's left of the vehicle. It likely ended up in the valley during a race or drift session.
The California city's BART system has adopted "aggressive guidelines" enabling the transportation system to buy more power directly from renewable sources. Thanks to the newly approved policy, the BART is going greener than ever.
The upcoming 2018 Ford Mustang certainly looks meaner, but one Ford designer revealed that the team took some design cues from Star Wars' Darth Vader. Elements of the Sith lord's helmet were worked into the vehicle's front end.
After a year without an entry-level version of its Monster naked sports bike, Ducati is back with the 2017 Monster 797. The 797 is lighter, easier to ride, and less intimidating to ride than the larger Monster bikes. But it's a start.
Colorado-based EarthRoamer builds custom off-road expedition vehicles that combine off-road, off-grid capability with luxury. Based on a Ford F-550 4-wheel drive chassis, the XV-LTS can carry your team in comfort and style.
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Yet another problem for the embattled ridesharing company to deal with, Uber is facing a federal investigation over the usage of software to target and evade government regulators in at least one U.S. city.
Autonomous cars are coming in the next 5 years, but is your city ready to accept robot cars? We asked expert research firm INRIX what they discovered when they analyzed 1.3 billion car trips in the 50 largest cities in the United States.