The outlaw duo died May 23, 1934. Their stolen Ford V8 could be relevant once more.
How to recreate auto tech from 60 years ago.
Luxury supercars, hydrogen fuel cells, and fully autonomous cars -- in 15 years
Survival tips from the Popular Science archives
See copies of the results of the Google car's driving test at a Nevada DMV
Its makers are hoping to have it assembled and ready to roll by the end of the week.
We're collecting news reports of tests of autonomous cars on public roads.
For now, this is only possible in a Tesla. In the future, who knows?
Our favorite Lambos through the decades, from the Popular Science archive.
In a parallel universe, our cars glide over grass highways and park themselves.
Gyroscopic speed-demons, one-wheeled war tanks, and more
PopSci's old-school guide to maintaining your tires, troubleshooting your carburetor, and driving without accidentally killing anyone
Would you take these seaplanes and other vehicles out for a ride? We'd take our chances on the marsh buggy, but would probably strap on a life vest (or two) while riding the amphibious bicycle
The good, the bad, and the hideous
PopSci's earliest coverage of Model T's, sleazy car salesmen, and the must-have automobile accessories of the 1920s
If only our Thanksgiving travel plans included rides on cross-country high-speed rails, propeller-powered monorails, and the mythical Long Island bullet train
Winged tanks, a torpedo-shaped aerobile, and flying cars designed by the 20th century's most renowned aviation minds
Electric cars are nothing new: From lever-powered hybrids to generator-towing luxury cars, we've tracked their progress for nearly a century
A dog-powered car, a plastic bike sail, and a merry-go-round rowing machine are just a few of the quirkier inventions documented in PopSci's archives
German automakers plan a full re-imaging of a Cold War East German relic
PopSci has been looking toward the near and distant future of the car for over 135 years. To coincide with car month here, see how some of our past predictions have survived the test of time.
Auto enthusiasts envisioned high-speed tankers that pumped on the go. The idea did not catch on -- except in the air.