Featured by Rob Verger
Rolls-Royce’s zippy electric airplane wants to break speed records—and power air taxis of the future
The goal is to fly faster than 300 mph.
Kitty Hawk’s electric airplane will fly you around—with no pilot
Check out Heaviside, an air taxi designed to someday transport just one brave soul from point A to B.
The post-9/11 flight security changes you don’t see
A shift in attitude towards handling hijackings is just one of the many complex and often controversial changes instituted over the past 20 years.
Fighter pilots, meet your AR adversaries
Air Force aviators could soon be training against synthetic enemies—aircraft generated by the augmented-reality display in front of them.
GM is recalling all its Bolts, but there’s no need to panic about EV safety
Here's what we know about fires in battery-powered cars, and how those vehicles stack up against their gas-guzzling counterparts.
Electric garbage trucks are the quiet, clean titans of waste collection
Using a battery-powered garbage truck to collect trash in a city like New York is not a stinky idea.
Teslas keep hitting emergency vehicles, and now the government is investigating
The cars in 11 crashes were all in Autopilot or adaptive cruise control mode.
Folding kayaks give you a double workout—but they’re worth it
If you’re an explorer with a small apartment and a car with no roof rack, a kayak that folds up origami-style is an idea worth floating.
Bell wants to soup up tilt-rotor aircraft by adding jet engines
The newest concepts from Bell are machines that can take off and land like helicopters—and then zoom at jet-like speeds.
Anyone can drive a supercar, but truly tapping its potential is another matter
Here's what I learned from a weekend behind the wheel of a $247,025 McLaren GT supercar.