The list includes an all-electric muscle car.
It will likely command a hefty price hike on a car that's already well over $400,000.
Reports of talks could mean an Apple car
Driverless, and no word yet on how it will be powered
Tesla's update message was super passive aggressive about it
This was no Tokyo drift, but it was pretty fast and furious
One of four new ideas transforming your ride
Little cars flopped in the 1950s. Today, failure isn't an option.
Shedding pounds for speed and efficiency
Wearables and gesture controls are dazzling, but the most useful automotive innovations at CES are far more practical.
See inside a car wreck without disturbing anything.
The National Transportation Safety Board is pushing for an accelerated rollout of vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems.
Including a gorgeous Corvette, an all-electric Caddy, a terrifyingly powerful Mercedes and more
The good, the bad, and the hideous
Electric cars are nothing new: From lever-powered hybrids to generator-towing luxury cars, we've tracked their progress for nearly a century
We cover all the bases: droolworthy visions, dramatic departures, genre-defining pioneers and true forehead-slappers (a nuclear-powered Ford sedan? Why not!).
Advanced electric drive, autonomous navigation and other technological advances will revolutionize the way we drive. PopSci presents stunning visions for the future of the automobile
With promises of production by early next decade, car makers focused their energies on battery power at this year's Paris motor show
The freshened 2009 Audi A4 brings smart tuning and luxury touches to the table to compete with genre stalwarts BMW and Lexus
The latest luxury sedans use night-vision systems to let you see in the dark
What goes 0-to-60 in 4.7 seconds, looks like a crouching cat and may, at 150 large, be a bargain of auto technology?
Is it a good idea to turn the pleasure of driving into a barrage of beeps, flashes, cautions and commands? He thinks not.
He's the Henry Ford of the lithium-ion-powered auto. Call this his Model G.