German supplier Bosch predicts the ridesharing industry will experience double-digit growth in the coming years. It just dived into the sector by buying Splitting Fares, a Detroit-based start-up that helps co-workers carpool.
Both Hyperloop One and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies have deals with the Indian government to build a hyperloop in the second-most-populous nation in the world. Hyperloop One will soon have a working test track.
Swedish boutique car-maker Koenigsegg is closely following the development of electric technology. The firm will introduce an electric car as soon as the technology is ready, though we might not see it for another five to 10 years.
Side-by-side vehicles are overtaking traditional ATVs because they offer more speed, amazing suspension, and you can sit next to your buddy while you’re driving. Plus you can race in the same events as the legends of off-road competition.
New reports have begun to surface that Mercedes-Benz's parent company, Daimler, may have installed software in its cars to help pass diesel emissions tests. This software is reportedly similar to what Volkswagen has previously used.
Volkswagen's long-term goals include locking horns with Tesla and replacing the Phaeton, its flagship sedan. Autonomous and electric, the I.D. Vizzion concept shows how it could achieve both goals with a single car.
Elon Musk revealed that he had received written government approval for The Boring Company to build an underground system that will take commuters from New York to Philadelphia to Baltimore to Washington, D.C.
Japanese firm Aspark claims its Owl electric supercar can do 0 to 60 mph in under 2 seconds, rivaling the claimed acceleration of the new Tesla Roadster. But you might want to take that claim with a grain of salt.
Waze and Google Maps are two popular navigation apps that provide turn-by-turn directions for drivers yet, there are key differences between the two. Here is a brief look at the differences between Waze and Google Maps.
Tesla will make safety changes to its entry-level Model 3 after receiving feedback from a Redditor who totaled one. The driver allegedly hit a parked car at 60 mph and, to Tesla's credit, walked away with only minor injuries.