Volvo said its AstaZero Proving Ground will serve as a test bed for future safety and crash avoidance technologies — and in some cases, robots will drive vehicles on the test track.
You’re reacting one of two ways right now: “Woah, that’s cool,” or, “Woah, that’s kinda scary.”
Subaru EyeSight crash avoidance technology helped the redesigned Subaru Legacy and Outback get Top Safety Pick + ratings in Insurance Institute for Highway Safety testing.
Heads up, valet drivers: Get saucy with the clientele’s new Corvette, and you might get caught red-handed. Prod the skinny pedal at your own peril.
When you plan to produce a three-wheel car as Elio Motors is planning, it makes your stability control strategy more, shall we say, interesting.
Feature for feature, probably it is an even contest between the BMW 750Li and the Mercedes-Benz S500. A dead heat. But for driving dynamics, the BMW may have the edge.
In technology, the S Class pulls ahead. However, there are a few tricks up the big Bimmer’s sleeve to make it not a tech bummer at all.
We already know that the Mercedes S 500 is unreal with its Distronic Plus system, but I would not have believed this hack if I didn’t see it for myself.
The 2014 Ford C-MAX Hybrid got the nod from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, which named the car a Top Safety Pick.
The Chevrolet SS is a beastly four-door performance sedan that also happens to be able to pretty much park itself, apparently.
It’s safer to keep your eyes on the road and hands upon the wheel, as Jim Morrison said. That’s why I love the simplicity of Porsche’s thumbwheel.
Those who change their cars’ rims may have lost an important piece of car tech: TPMS. Here’s a simple DIY way to get that functionality back.
Keep this info in your back pocket in case you buy a Subaru BRZ and face scorn from your insurance agent: The 2014 Subaru BRZ was named an IIHS Top Safety Pick.
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.