This infographic shows what several industry pundit-types think will be our autonomous vehicle future. I’ll be the one resisting the tide.
The problem with a “hack a Tesla, win 10 grand” prize is if you are lucky enough to own a Tesla, futzing with the control modules to hack them would probably not bode too well for the warranty claims. But, at a hacking conference called Symposium on Security for Asia Network (SyScan) to be held in Beijing, China more »
There is more to modifying than just the “go-fast parts.” Stopping fast is just as important, if not more than, going fast. For that, I chose EBC brakes.
Taking my dad for a ride in the Nissan Versa Note, he said he wanted — no, NEEDED — Nissan Around View Monitor on his boat. It’s that good.
A group gathered at Delphi Automotive headquarters in Troy, MI aim to stop would-be automotive hackers in their tracks.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has set a formal timetable for adoption of technology that could make autonomous vehicles a real thing on the highways of the globe.
It ain’t sexy, but safety rarely is: A new TRW seat belt retractor promises to be lighter and smaller than previous seat belt retractors.
Leave it to the brand you buy when you want to one-up your neighbors’ new Cadillac to itself one-up recent autonomous cars with an autonomous semi truck.
We kind of figured this one would be a no-brainer, as Alpine is also a Tier One automotive supplier. Why not join the OAA Army?
Hyundai typically is not the first automaker to pop up in autonomous vehicle discussion, but this video may change that.
New Ford SYNC 911 Assist features on the Ford Mustang will enable it to relay vital information to 911 dispatchers after making a call if you crash.
Side curtain airbags aren’t new technology, but the five-row side curtain airbag coming to the Ford Transit Wagon certainly takes the idea to a new level.