The 2019 Hyundai Veloster, which hits U.S. showrooms later this year, starts at just under $20,000. That base price includes standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus a healthy 147 horsepower from a 2.0-liter engine.
In Europe, the 2019 Audi A8 luxury sedan will be available with Traffic Jam Pilot, which allows limited hands-free driving. But Audi won't bring the system to the United States, citing concerns on multiple fronts.
Apple has registered 10 more self-driving cars in California, giving it the second-largest fleet in the state at 55 vehicles. Increasing the competition in the autonomous-car space, a major Chinese firm is also starting tests.
A recent New York Times report found more than two dozen people have died from carbon monoxide poisoning after forgetting to turn off their engines, a result of keyless ignition systems that don't warn if an engine is left running.
Buying or selling a vehicle online can be intimidating. Who wants to meet up with potentially sketchy characters at home? No one. But now there are apps and websites that provide access to safe transaction zones for online sales.
As part of its application for a permit to test fully driverless cars in California's, Waymo has issued a 41-page booklet explaining to law enforcement and first responders how to deal with its vehicles in an emergency situation.
The 2018 Nissan 370Z is essentially the same sports car that first appear roughly a decade ago. That means buyers get an excellent driving experience, but without the array of tech and convenience items many have come to expect in new cars.
A Lamborghini Huracán LP580-2 given to Pope Francis last year sold for $857,000 at auction, with proceeds going to multiple charities. The Pope announced his intention to auction the car off for charity when Lamborghini gave it to him.
Roborace pitted its prototype autonomous race car against pro drifter Ryan Tuerck in a battle of man versus machine. Because if self-driving cars are going to race, they need to be at least as fast as human drivers.