Opel unveils its experimental Electric Vehicle concept.
If you are fortunate enough to have at least $114,000 to spend on a car, preferably a convertible, the recently released 2012 BMW M6 is an obvious candidate for your shopping list.
Several weeks ago, I was given a tour of Cadillac's new Mercedes E-class fighter, the XTS sedan. Until this week, I was allowed to put some miles on the car and to learn what Cadillac's CUE entertainment system achieves in a real-world setting.
Google has launched an impressive statistic showing that its self-driving cars have now covered more than 300,000 miles, and have not been involved in a crash when under computer control.
Touch and is definitely making its way much deeper into cars. Car and Driver spotted two trademarks submitted by Toyota that hint toward touch-sensitive panels as well as inductive charging features.
Kia and Microsoft come together to bring you UVO, a Windows Embedded Automotive-based infotainment system. We spent a week with Kia's 2012 Soul, armed with UVO, and have a full run-down of what we did and didn't like about the mainstream tech package.
Automotive infotainment systems are becoming smarter, and more powerful, featuring some of the same hardware as popular smartphones and tablets. It's time to apply our own unique analysis to technology finding its way into the automotive segment.
Samsung has patented the concept of using a movable mirror to direct light beams in a scanner to retrieve spatial data and scan an object in three dimensions.