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.
We told you about BMW’s plans to work with the electricity industry to make charging a smarter, demand-based thing. We said a number of automakers would join them. Ford will be one of those automakers.
Ford announced the first official automaker app developer conference will be at Super Mobility Week in Los Angeles, CA September 8-11.
What if you could make MirrorLink work backwards? In effect, that’s what Garmin has done for pilots of general aviation aircraft.
BMW’s Plug-In 2014 action hasn’t been limited to releasing their DC Fast Charger on an unsuspecting world just in time for BMW i3 proliferation to pick up steam in the States. The automaker also announced this week it will work with other automakers and utilities in developing a smarter plug-in vehicle charging grid.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) plans to release a report on consumer electronics (CE) products and services that help make driving safer at 2015 International CES in January.
When I took this job, i figured it was a matter of time until I tested a PHEV. I just didn’t expect it to be a $130,000 2014 Porsche Panamera S e-hybird.
The 2014 Hyundai Sonata wasn’t bad to look at by any stretch of the imagination, and it didn’t sacrifice solid build quality in the name of style.
The BMW i DC Fast Charger debuted at Plug-In 2014, a conference dedicated to discussing key issues for the long-term success of electric vehicles held in San Jose, CA this week. The automaker said the DC Fast Chargers can charge the battery of a BMW i3 all-electric vehicle to 80% within 30 minutes.
It was the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary last week, so let me say, “HOLY HORSEPOWER, BATMAN!” Mercedes has a new AMG 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine that makes 125 horsepower per liter!
We’ve been telling you a bit about the newly redesigned 2015 Hyundai Sonata lately. The latest news from Hyundai: The new Sonata has been designated a Top Safety Pick+ by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.