Self-driving cars are coming. Here’s what the most up-to-date sensor arrays look like.
It wasn’t many years ago when there were no video screens in cars. Remember those teeny, tiny audio display screens that had pixelated green dots? If you were lucky, then your car was so fancy it scrolled the song title across the display. Today we have electric car startup Byton and it’s putting screens everywhere […]
A future of self-driving cars looms ever closer, but for now they still require a human behind the wheel. Although you can’t buy a Nissan that will drive itself, you can buy one with ProPilot Assist, which takes much of the work out of driving.
The all-new 2018 Camry went with larger, more powerful engines while almost every competitor now uses a 4-cylinder turbo. Is there a turbo advantage? It really depends on how you look at it.
No, you are not. Mechanics explain why they change brake rotors along with pads now.
Toyota announced plans at the Los Angeles Auto Show to build a commercial-scale renewable power plant in California. This 100 percent renewable power plant of the future will run on cow manure from the state’s dairy farms.
One of the few remaining serviceable components in gasoline engines is the throttle body. Here’s why your mechanic wants to clean it.
There are jobs you want — Astronaut. Fireman. Wonder Woman. — and there are jobs you don’t. It’s good that Nissan Technical Center North America in Michigan has Rosie, a robot that does nothing but slam doors all the live-long day.
As autonomous vehicle crashes mount, supporters are quick to jump to the defense of the self-driving cars, regardless of the circumstances.