Everyone loves having a shiny, new car in their driveway, but a lot of consumers are still fearful of the buying process. Evox Images aims to make it better by adding a dose of virtual reality.
The new Toyota FT-4X Concept could use your smartphone as its information display, eliminating the factory Nav and audio receiver.
BestRide recently spotted an autonomous vehicle on a public road near Boston, but it wasn’t what we thought.
We’re working with Car Talk, MIT and the New England Motor Press Association to extend the research we’ve one in understanding how comfortable American drivers are with autonomous technology. The MIT AgeLab is again presenting a survey that asks pointed questions about your experience, interest and knowledge of autonomous technologies. Make your voice heard.
Today’s cars are now important pieces of personal technology. They keep us connected with emails, text messages, and phone calls all managed through increasingly complex infotainment systems. When they work, they’re brilliant, but when they fail they can make you want to take a sledgehammer to your touchscreen. Ford is trying to make sure the […]
Legions of Volkswagen owners had a choice to make when the company’s emissions cheats were uncovered. They could sell their cars back to the company or they could choose to have them repaired. That took care of the cars people had already purchased, but unsold cars were resigned to sitting on dealers lots. Now those […]
There are big names working on autonomous car technology. Uber is testing its cars in select cities and you’ll find autonomous features in production vehicles, but not every company trying to build the next big thing is a household name. A group of students and start-ups recently took to the track with their autonomous creations […]
Autonomous cars are testing on public roads. This is nothing new. They’ve been out there for years. Their track record isn’t perfect, but it’s pretty good. Despite that record, a recent crash involving an autonomous Uber car in Tempe, Arizona is getting lots of attention.
London’s iconic Black cab is evolving, but will it keep pace with Uber and other ridesharing services?