vehicles

Motherboard

Kansas Man Wouldn’t Stop Fucking a Car Until He Was Tased

A Kansas man was charged with “lewd and lascivious behavior” when cops found him sticking his penis in a tailpipe.
Samantha Cole
6.21.18
presented by toyota

Additive Manufacturing Is Transforming How Engineers Are Approaching Design

Uncovering geometric shapes and patterns that once seemed implausible, this new technology will radically change the look and feel of our vehicles.
Theo Gibson
4.3.18
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

The Vehicles of the New 'PUBG' Map Highlight the Power of Personal Touches

Three new vehicles on the desert map show how flavor can help the multiplayer game grow.
Cameron Kunzelman
12.9.17
speed daemons

We Went Desert Off-Roading in High-Speed Dune Buggies

Meet the people who build and race the world’s fastest dune-conquering vehicles.
Motherboard Staff
8.2.17
Art

Someone Is Turning Russia’s Filthy Cars into Dirty Masterpieces

ProBoyNick finds his canvases on the streets of Moscow.
Nathaniel Ainley
4.17.17
inequality

When Your Used Car Makes You a Target for Cops

Buying a car and actually owning it in the eyes of the law are not the same thing. Some Americans are finding that out the hard way.
David Dayen
3.1.17
nasa

NASA Is Making New Robots That Can Control Themselves

The agency said humans and robots need to work together as a team.
Madison Margolin
1.17.17
Sex

Having Sex in Cars Is Still a Beloved American Pastime, Study Reveals

"Made it through 17 Drake songs. Loved it. Parked in the woods."
Kimberly Lawson
10.3.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Your Next Uber Driver Might Be a Robot

Later this month, Uber will randomly assign riders in Pittsburgh with one of its self-driving Volvo SUV prototypes.
VICE Staff
8.18.16
Art

Field Trip to Mars in a Real-Life Magic School Bus

All aboard the first-ever headset-free VR vehicle.
Nathaniel Ainley
7.1.16
software

It's Time to Open Source Moving Vehicles

On Wednesday, Arthur Taylor presented OpenIVI Mobility, a platform for connecting vehicles.
Joseph Cox
5.4.16
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.
Matthew Braga
1.19.16
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