Product Review: Coolreall Box 21

Coolreall has a new jumper box on the market that should prove handy for those who are prone to killing their car batteries.

Review: JBL GX600C Component System

The JBL GX600C component speaker set impresses with its low cost of entry and clear stereo imaging.

QNX rocks wildly-modded infotainment at Connected Car Conference

A QNX-equipped Maserati at the Connected Car Conference showed some interesting infotainment integration ideas.

Perfect Fit? On Honda Fit EX infotainment System

Honda was all-in for technology when it designed the Honda Fit. The center stack is dominated by a large flush-mount infotainment touchscreen.

Exclusive: We hear Ford Explorer Platinum’s Sony sound

Ford and Sony invited us to hear the Ford Explorer Platinum’s upgraded Sony sound system, and we came away impressed. Here are some first impressions:

Wrangling good off-road audio: Of Wrangler, Kicker, and Alpine

The Jeep Wrangler is one of the first vehicles whose Body Control Module can “talk” to the infotainment head unit, and Alpine is taking full advantage.

Call me Al: Alpine has F-150 Platinum tech for about $3,500

The Ford F-150 Platinum is pretty awesome, as we found recently. But what if you want that truck’s champagne sound on your beer budget? Call Alpine.

Make it Fit! Metra has a kit for the new Honda Fit

Metra’s new dash kits for the latest Honda Fit mean you can upgrade without ruining the aesthetics of your interior.

Escalade Escapades: Of motorized steps on 2015 Cadillac Escalade

The Cadillac Escalade was my second experience with motorized running boards, and it made me a believer in the simple, yet effective technology addition.

Day Dream Diaries: I want to build a propane track car

I recently was introduced to propane-powered vehicles for the first time. Check out what I’ve learned so far, and see what I hope to do with it.

Could self-driving cars be the death of billboards?

No more billboards? Probably not. But if everyone is staring at their iPads in self-driving cars, the effect on internet revenue would be staggering.

Audiovox partners with Toon Goggles to shut your kids up

Audiovox partners with Toon Goggles in a bid to bring on-demand, family-friendly rear-seat entertainment to your kids — if they’ll actually watch it.