Lyndon Johnson-- yes, that's his real name-- is a journalist, editor and avid fan of cars and motorcycles. In his spare time between writing/editing for a small-town weekly newspaper and nailing perfect rev-matched downshifts while managing Facebook's Manual Transmission Preservation Society, he freelances at Technology Tell's In-Car Tech Tell.
Hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars are the future. That’s why the Audi A7 Sportback h-tron quattro is being put in the hands of journalists at LA Auto Show.
At Connected Car Expo during LA Auto Show this week, the automaker named FuelSignal the winner in its Connected Car-Connected City App Pursuit hackathon.
Audi calls its modular entertainment platform MIB. This week, we learned the latest MIB version is bringing NVIDIA Tegra processing power to Audi dashboards.
Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is encouraging motorists to avoid distracted driving with the message “KEEP YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR APPS.”
Nissan said it is providing 13 Nissan LEAFs to the U.S. Department of Defense to study how 13 Nissan LEAFs can make use of vehicle-to-grid technologies.
Nissan continued rolling out its “No Charge to Charge” promotion by announcing Nissan LEAF owners in Chicago now qualify for free public EV charger use.
Some of us don’t love chrome, but we do want high-performance exhaust systems for our trucks. For us, Magnaflow introduced new black-coated exhaust systems.
At Los Angeles International Auto Show, the Volvo XC90 display will offer show-goers a “virtual test drive” using Google Cardboard and a smartphone.
Ford announced it is teaming with Wind Energy Corporation in a $750,000 program that will install wind turbines and solar panels at four Ford dealerships.