The Subaru XV Crosstrek and XV Crosstrek Hybrid are getting some impressive infotainment upgrades including a standard 6.2-inch screen.
I recently got an inside look at a one-of-a-kind Chrysler 300. Let’s just say my friend Josh Carter sweats all the details when it comes to customizing.
My friend Brandon set a goal of building a solid sound system for his e46 BMW without spending a fortune, and I must say he got some pretty nice results.
Harman infotainment systems at the Paris Auto Show show that the folks behind JBL and other in-car technology brands are on a roll in the industry.
If you’re one of the 50 whose Ford Mustang was recalled this week, at least you can play with the new Mustang Owner app in the meantime.
The Audi A6, A7 Sportback, and TT are gaining the ability to stream content from online sources, according to the German automaker.
Spansion has released a new line of microcontrollers called Traveo that promise 2D and 3D graphics support as well as 16-bit audio and more in the car.
Dr. Dieter Zetsche, A.K.A. Dr. Z, will discuss autonomous vehicle technology and its impact on society, mobility, and environment during his CES keynote.
Even though the MyFord Touch module built into the 2014 Ford Flex is not the most recent, software updates and nav downloads can keep the information fresh.
Well, one of my only complaints about the Scion FR-S is getting addressed for 2015: Toyota’s 6.1-inch Display Audio touchscreen is now standard.
So you can’t wait on Mercedes, Volvo, and Ferrari to have their CarPlay infotaintment units hit the street? Pioneer has good news for you, then.
Showing off your tech-laden custom ride could help fund a cure for childhood cancers at the inaugural Penn State car show fundraiser for THON.