GM is providing a little more insight into the Chevrolet Colorado extended cab rear seat, where the headrest converts into a seat cushion for safety’s sake.
California has new laws for testing of autonomous driving systems on public roads, and Audi has already been issued the first permit under those new laws.
I’m telling ya, I had more interest in the Kia K900 than the Rolls-Royce Wraith. After years of lower-priced but good products like the Sportage, people are fascinated by the idea of a $66,000 Kia.
Honda is showing a couple of cool technologies at 2014 ITS World Congress in Detroit, MI, including automated lane change capabilities and “virtual tow.”
General Motors says by 2017, Cadillac models will have vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication and the brand’s long-awaited Super Cruise setup.
The 2015 Honda Accord is just now hitting dealerships, and it’s bringing a couple of notable tech features in the form of LaneWatch and HomeLink.
Tiny it may be, but the redesigned 2015 Honda Fit subcompact hatchback has earned a Top Safety Pick Rating from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
To cap off a week of Volvo XC90 reveal news , we thought we’d let you know about the 1,927 Volvo XC90 First Editions that will celebrate Volvo’s birth year.
When you write a CEO, it is usually to complain about poor service. However, Tesla owners wanted to let the company know directly about issues with the car.
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.