Featured by Mike Spinelli
Tech Trend: Control Your Car With Your Smartphone
Smartphone-based systems that let you commandeer your car from across the country
The Year’s Biggest Auto Releases? Tiny, Fuel-Efficient Cars
It's a small world after all
The (Slightly) Poorer Man’s Tesla: ECOS Harbinger
Italian looks, German engineering and American electrics. Zero to 60 in five seconds, scissor doors, and you'll even get some change back from a $100,000 bill
Mercedes-Benz Launches New Apps-Based Telematics Service
Starting this week, Mercedes buyers can sign up for a service that'll connect their cars with their smartphones. And a load of new apps could be on the way
Based on the Chevy Volt, Cadillac’s Electric Converj Concept Could See Production
Will GM find great success selling a version of its Volt extend-range electric car with more upscale goodies and wearing a Cadillac badge?
Japanese Team Crosses Australia, Takes Solar Car Challenge
After nearly four days, 1,860 miles, and lots of baking Australian sun, a team from Japan's Tokai University edged out 31 other competitors to bring home a solar victory in the 2009 Global Green Challenge
GPS Navigation Helmet Tugs Your Ear in the Direction It Wants You to Go
Remember when mom tugged you toward home by the earlobe when you were bad? That's the concept behind this GPS navigation helmet
Lexus LFA Debuts in Tokyo: A Big-Bucks Toyota Supercar
Lexus makes good on a five-year promise, with a high-horsepower, design-forward halo of a sports car made from cutting-edge materials. And it's got an equally superlative price tag.
Next-Wave Mexico City Taxi Concept May See Daylight
An industrial designer's award-winning concept for a taxicab generates interest from car builders in Mexico. Could that nation's capital become a test bed for cars for hire?
Video: iPhone App Remotely Drives a Chrysler Minivan
In the future, we'll all be able to drive without leaving home. Researchers in Berlin reworked their DARPA-spec autonomous minivan to be controllable by an iPhone app