Registration has opened for the first public trial of autonomous self-driving cars in the UK.
If there was ever a time to dazzle the world with promises of futuristic electric car technologies and crazy performance estimates, it would be 2016.
Apple has invested $1 billion in Didi Chuxing, Uber's biggest ride-hailing competition in China, the companies announced on Thursday evening.
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Spectators in the Nevada desert have witnessed the first public test of a Hyperloop test vehicle as it accelerated from zero to over 100 miles per hour in a few seconds before running out of track. The vehicle, built by Hyperloop One
Motor Trend just released a video from its exclusive photo shoot of the Tesla Model 3, Model X and facelifted Model S at and around the Tesla Gigafactory.
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For the first time, Uber has agreed to officially recognize a group that lets its drivers organize to air their grievances.
Competing teams will be showing off their Hyperloop prototypes in a bid to see who can build the best, most viable system.
A punctured tire is the definition of a bad day, but Michelin is taking some of the sting out as it announces the opening of its newest North American plant, which the company says is the first in the world dedicated to the manufacture of airless tir
Uber and Lyft were driven out of Austin under the guise of "consumer safety," a textbook example of how government-backed cartels force out competition.
LIFE HAS NOT been entirely kind to Bertha, the largest tunnel boring machine in all of North America. About two years ago, the machine, which measures 57 feet tall and 325 feet long, started excavating a two-mile tunnel under downtown Seattle.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has revealed how its Elon Musk-inspired bullet train will levitate on a magnetic field as it blasts between stations at the speed of sound.
Ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft are set to quit the Texas city of Austin after voters said fingerprinting should be part of driver background checks, reports said.
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It's not what you want to hear, but flying cars shouldn't be for everyone. Not in the short term. Not for a long time.
Hidden in VW's announcement yesterday that it was "setting aside" nearly $9 billion to buy back ??" and destroy ??" about half a million diesel-powered cars convicted of "cheating" Uncle's emissions tests was a statement by CEO Matthias M
Tesla reported first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, and they were better than expected: Tesla lost less money than analysts thought the company would.
It took years of lawsuits and political battles for California to finally break ground last year on the nation's first bullet train, which aims to connect San Francisco to Los Angeles by 2029.
For New Yorkers who rely on the 86th Street subway station on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the morning commute is a humbling experience.
When Elon Musk announced the Tesla Model X would be fitted with a Bioweapon Defense Mode, many wondered what he knew that they didn't.
wedish engineer, Mikael Kjellman, filled the gap between bicycles and cars by designing an environmentally-friendly set of wheels that's bicycle-based but could endure Sweden's harsh winter weather.
Uber has agreed to educate its drivers about their legal obligation to accommodate passengers with service animals.
From time to time, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has dropped hints in regards to the next-generation Tesla Roadster.
A couple of weeks go we revealed the Flyboard Air, jet-ski champion Frank Zapata's latest attempt to launch himself skyward.
Skip to 12:12 here (or in video embedded above), and you'll hear Musk imply, without expressly stating, that Tesla is plotting a Gen 4 Tesla that everyone can afford. Model 3, he acknowledges, leaves about half the population unable to swing the pr
Perhaps Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer has been listening to Bill Nye (y'know, the science guy) in that James Bond needs get with the times, and upgrade to a plug-in ride, as Palmer told CNBC that indeed 007 may soon be sporting an electric Aston Ma
An American Airlines pilot flunked two sobriety tests before a 7 a.m. flight out of Detroit. An Alaska Airlines pilot flew a commercial plane from California to Oregon and back again, all while allegedly drunk. Yet another pilot, from United, alleged
At the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, UK, French transportation technology developer Adgero will unveil a curtainsider semi-trailer fitted with a regenerative braking system that utilizes ultracapacitors to provide a boost of acceleration.