At CES, AAMP of America launched a new marketing and public information campaign called Drive Safe, Drive Connected.
Think autonomous cars are a pipe dream? Volvo says it has the tech to put autonomous cars into existing traffic with ordinary people in the driver’s seat.
Compared to many cars I drive as part of my job, the Nissan cube is not a tech-head’s dream. But it fits my family so well, we bought it twice. Here’s why:
Given the snow we’ve seen in Tennessee this week, I’d readily take a press loan in the form of the Snowmageddon-ready 2015 Ford F-150 with snow plow.
Chevrolet will not only build powerplants for Indy race cars, but also supply an all-new aerodynamics package for the 2015 Verizon IndyCar series’ race cars.
And now that I have your attention, yes, Chevrolet went there with a recent ad for the new Colorado.
The Chevy Bolt boasts a range of 200 miles. But is there more to it, or is it just a Sonic with no engine and a big-ass battery pack in its place?
The new Audi R8 will get cool headlights — laser headlights, to be precise — but only in Europe. Dammit.
GM Director of Global Battery Systems Bill Wallace reportedly said the automaker behind the Chevy Volt is not interested in Tesla Motors’ open patents.
How does a turbocharged GT86 — the Subaru BRZ’s Toyota twin — stack up against the likes of a McLaren and Ferrari? Better than you’d probably expect.
A McLaren representative told us recently very cool things were going to be happening in the dashboard. “Watch this space.” JVC-Kenwood shows what he meant.
Combining old school and new school for one sweet Swedish racecar, you’ll definitely want to check out this one-of-a-kind Saab 9-6SS!