Britain wants to become a leader in autonomous road vehicles. But it's got competition.
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Yet another report finds heaps of evidence that driving is going out of style in the US—and that cities are booming without them.
'Car violence' doesn't have the same ring as gun violence, and 'car control' sounds downright authoritarian. But maybe that's what we need.
Driving authorities have banned "poor taste" license plates from hitting the roads.
Can anything beat oil?
It's always cool when engineers mimic the biological world.
Autonomous vehicles are on the way, there's no doubt of that.
The engineer behind Cadillac's new computerized cars tells us how to engineer a ride in 2013.
In fact, people are already wearing Google Glass while driving—and they're getting ticketed for it.
A growing contingent of politicians are buying into the mileage tax idea.
When will high-performance EV tech trickle down to cheaper models and more potential buyers?
Oddly enough, that will mean seven million electric cars moved each year.
At 140 miles an hour, Mission Motors' RS motorcycle sounds more like a spaceship than a race bike.
Now that person driving next to you while typing on a laptop might actually be legal—at least in Japan.
Luckily, the drivers didn't actually run into a 737.
t's a gradual approach that may be exactly what the coming autonomous vehicle segment needs.
The technological marvels remain a handful even in today's slower paced vintage races.
Road traffic and power plants are killing hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, a new MIT study shows.
The opening of a new charging station in Oregon means there are now 19 fast-charging stations across the country. All-electric road trips are now on the menu.
Actually, the company expects to have more than one.
You can be kitted out with as much of the newest shit as you want, but in the end that's just cute, isn't it?
It can run 20 kilometers, or just over 12 miles, on solar panels installed on the car's body alone.