Cadillac is partnering with aviation company Blade to offer a limited number of traffic-dodging helicopter flights between New York City and the Hamptons. Most fliers will also get a Cadillac XT5 to drive when they get there.
Aston Martin will now let you choose between a twin-turbo V12 and an AMG-derived twin-turbo V8 when shopping the DB11. In addition to saving 253 pounds compared to the V12, the V8 motor will still offer over 500 horsepower.
Zarooq Motors, a startup automaker from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is building a new high-performance race car designed to hit the dunes. Called Sand Racer, it boasts 17 inches of suspension travel and a 525-horsepower 6.2-liter V8.
To remind people that its GranTurismo luxury coupe still exists, Maserati unveiled a mildly updated 2018 model at the New York Stock Exchange. The GranTurismo is one of the oldest car designs currently on sale.
Volvo is partnering with Nvidia to develop self-driving cars. Nvidia will provide a computing platform to run software developed by Volvo and two other partners. Volvo hopes to put Level 4 autonomous cars on the road by 2021.
Professional skier Jon Olsson has built the Rolls-Royce Wraith of his dreams. Starting with a bone-stock car, he gave it a camouflage paint job, a roof rack held on with magnets, and massive upgrades under the hood.
Rolls-Royce is showing its alter ego with the Dawn Black Badge, a more contemporary spin on its traditional luxury convertible. The model gets an awesome new interior material that takes three entire days to cure.
A self-driving car has to make sense of everything around it so that it knows what action to take in a myriad of situations. But for Volvo engineers working on driverless cars in Australia, kangaroos are proving tricky.