The JBL GX600C component speaker set impresses with its low cost of entry and clear stereo imaging.
A QNX-equipped Maserati at the Connected Car Conference showed some interesting infotainment integration ideas.
It’s not all about the aluminum, baby. For short folks, the improved Ford F-150 tailgate step may be simple, but it’s also a godsend.
Honda was all-in for technology when it designed the Honda Fit. The center stack is dominated by a large flush-mount infotainment touchscreen.
We humans have a Pavlovian response to guttural engine sounds. Louder equals faster in our minds. Good thing the BMW i8 has killer audio tuning to trick us.
Metra’s new dash kits for the latest Honda Fit mean you can upgrade without ruining the aesthetics of your interior.
Subaru is known for operating a “zero-landfill” factory in Indiana, and now, the automaker will bring its know-how to national parks.
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.
Ford has let the cat out of the bag and is integrating the new SYNC 3 technology first into the economical-choice (read: Generation Z) Fiesta and Escape.
Remember the SolaRoad in the Netherlands? It turned out more successful than many naysayers thought.
Velodyne promised a smaller, more cost-competitive LIDAR sensor for autonomous cars a year ago, and it kept that promise with the VLP-16 LIDAR Puck.
Chevy will have both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in a lot of 2016 models. Will it help to sell more vehicles in the short term?