Automakers and experts say that plug-in hybrids and range-extended EVs are misunderstood. We make the case that they are the future. What you need to know about this fast-growing segment.
Vehicle gesture controls are the newest way to control the infotainment in your vehicle. We explain how it works and why you’ll love it using the 2017 BMW 530i as our example.
Smartphones are wonderful gadgets, but as much as they make our lives easier, they can also make our lives more dangerous. Distracted driving is on the rise and one of the culprits is the smartphone. Nissan developed a unique way to combat the problem.
Amid the hoopla over the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 a new plug-in sales leader from Toyota emerges.
Of the numerous autonomous safety technologies in our cars, automatic emergency braking (AEB) and forward collision warning show some of the most promising results. They’re so good, the lack of these technologies can now lower a vehicle’s safety ratings. This has prompted Tesla to add AEB back into the Model S and Model X after […]
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.