The Military Reinvented the Wheel, They're Triangles Now
A new wheel that Carnegie Mellon scientists developed for DARPA adapts to its environment.
I Saw the Future of Transportation at New York’s First Electric Car Race
Formula E is an international circuit designed to race cars that are changing the automotive industry.
This Gadget Is Stopping Traffic Collisions Before They Happen
Because in a fight with a truck, you’re gonna lose.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
You'll Sleep When You're Dead
Making a Car that Won't Let You Sleep
Algorithms, sensors—there's There's even talk of using biometrics and wearables, data derived straight from a driver's body, to determine if a person is too tired to drive.
'Forza 6' Made My Dream of Driving a 15-Year-Old Nissan Come True
A game like Forza 6 is hyped and sold by featuring the most unattainable, stratospherically rare cars it can, even if that misses the point entirely.
Your Car Needs an App: The Automobiles of CES
The car of the future will be a smartphone you can drive.
Hydrogen Cars Are Popular Again, Even If Hydrogen Filling Stations Aren't
Can anything beat oil?
The Cultural Significance of Lowriders in America
For fans of music made in the post-"War":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fjq0VBCrNo&noredirect=1 era, lowriders -- the flashy classic cars with tiny wheels, Snoop's 64 Impala -- are the stuff of West Coast rap videos, with the crown of biggest baller...
In the 80s, Japanese Dudes Drove Power Rangers
Japan is well-known for spawning multitudes of sub-cultures within any cultural sphere, be it music, fashion, and even cars. Japanese car culture, tortured movies like Tokyo Drift aside, is filled with so many derivatives, offshoots, and homages that...