New I-Pace is a breakthrough achievement—and a hell of a fun car.
Uber's engineering chief takes a self-driving car to work every day. Now he's ready to unleash them on Pittsburgh.
Logan Green on the self-driving utopia of the future
Luxury supercars, hydrogen fuel cells, and fully autonomous cars -- in 15 years
One of four new ideas transforming your ride
Porsche's new Mission E sports car concept uses an advanced system that operates at twice the voltage as today's EVs for faster charge times and lighter weight.
Hybrid electric coupes are fashioned for efficiency—with fangs
A handy breakdown for speed freaks
A millennial responds to his automobile-loving, autonomy-wary critics
How Silicon Valley engineers are transforming cars into very smart, very fast and increasingly opinionated information systems
Testing the Goods: The Chevrolet Volt
We cover all the bases: droolworthy visions, dramatic departures, genre-defining pioneers and true forehead-slappers (a nuclear-powered Ford sedan? Why not!).
A PopSci contributor's experiment with a Honda Civic GX natural gas vehicle turns into a high-return investment on eBay
Will Honda's natural-gas-powered Civic GX blow other "green" cars off the road? See the first reports from our year-long in-depth test
Systems that are the same, but have different names
For the modern soapbox derby, all you need is gravity-and $30,000
The automotive industry is on the brink of a revolution, and the plastics industry is poised to play a major role...
Radar, lasers, wireless radio networks and other embedded tech will enable our cars to sense faraway traffic and stop accidents before they happen. But who will be in the driver's seat?
It's Bentley's bid, seven decades later, to reclaim the Le Mans throne. It's an experimental car. We're going 190 mph.
Forget what you know about gas-electric vehicles: The next generation is built for performance.
Ford's new pickup, with design cues from the toymaker, stores energy and then boosts power with a hydraulic accumulator.
U.S. automakers are thinking big -- and building small.