There have been plenty of imitators, but there will only ever be one Elvis Presley. The King of Rock'n'Roll had an impressive garage full of delectable automobiles, from Cadillacs to Rolls-Royces to this one – the BMW 507.
A look at what's lurking beneath the Roborace car's bodywork
A newly installed "state-of-the-art" production line has begun knocking out 350,000 of the new EcoBlue diesel engines per year
Logic – let alone reasonableness – is not one of the government's stronger suits. There are many examples of this, but here's a newsie one: The use of public roads as test tracks for Tesla (and Google) self-driving car technology.
Can you imagine the thrilling feeling of flying above the water? The Quadrofoil Q2 Electric is an amazing all electric hydrofoiling personal watercraft (ePHW) that transforms boating into a fusion of driving a formula race car and flying. www.quadro
Many of the electric boats we've covered fall into two broad categories: modestly powered vessels limited to floating around at low speeds (some even have names like "Picnic" and "Joyboat") and fancy speedboats with serious electric muscle ...
With 12-inch wide, 25-inch diameter fat wheels and a simple two-wheel drive system, this unique and "distinctive" Russian agricultural bike can crawl its way through all kinds of mud and slush.
Almost exactly a year ago, Chrysler announced a recall for 1.4 million vehicles after a pair of hackers demonstrated to WIRED that they could remotely hijack a Jeep's digital systems over the Internet.
U.S. company Genovation Cars has set a new top speed record for an all-electric road car after taking its custom C6 Corvette Z06 to a 205.6 mph (330.8 km/h) top speed at the Kennedy Space Station.
Apple's building a car. Or something automotive.
From humble beginnings, hybrid technology has been turned into a weapon of performance by Ferrari, Porsche and McLaren.
Today marks the much anticipated grand opening of the Tesla Gigafactory.
Back in May, engineer Damon McMillan announced that his two-year garage project would start making its 2,000-mile solo voyage on Memorial Day.
Interestingly however, is the fact that the highly successful Tesla Model S is top on the list, which we think hit the market at exactly the right time…so who knows.
Norway has an ambitious plan to install the world's first floating underwater tunnels to help travelers easily cross fjords.
As an owner of a Tesla Model X and Chevy Volts, I have virtually kicked the gasoline lifestyle.
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update; topics range from the Turkish Coup, R & D Conventions, etc...- Christopher David (Founder & CEO of Arcade City) talks about the peer-to-peer ride-sharing platform
Logan Green on the self-driving utopia of the future
Over the next three days, a heavily modified Corvette will run blistering laps up and down a stretch of concrete originally built for Space Shuttle landings.
It was a couple of years ago that Evelo first announced its Omni Wheel – a motorized wheel that replaces a regular bicycle's existing front wheel, turning that bike into an e-bike.
Eight petrol-powered heavy duty propellers, one tube lattice frame, a simple seat and a hobby-grade R/C controller wired in. What could possibly go wrong? This Swedish engineer displays a pair of colossal cojones as he puts his home-made flying carpe
My vision of driverless trucks and taxis within the time frame of six to eight years looks downright feeble to that of Chris Dixon, a partner at prestigious Silicon Valley investment firm Andreessen Horowitz.
Last week, tech wonderboy Elon Musk released his much-awaited Master Plan, Part Deux, a wildly ambitious blueprint to change American mobility as we know it: autonomous buses that might appear on-demand, and new electric big-rigs, pick-ups and SUVs.
In a Tweet issued by Tesla CEO Elon Musk following the reveal of Master Plan Part Deux, Musk revealed that the Tesla semi is likely much further along in the development process than we would've guessed.
The latest version of the Rimac Concept_One, unveiled earlier this year in Geneva, perhaps in response to Tesla performance, now accelerates from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.6 seconds (which is 2 tenths faster than previously).
According to Elon Musk, Tesla's "high passenger-density urban transport" bus (?) has been inspired, design wise, by the California Custom Volkswagen Kombi.
A lot has changed since Willys-Overland won the contract to build off-roaders for the US Army in 1941, but the basic Jeep formula has remained largely the same.
Tesla's Autopilot system has been in the spotlight as of late, mostly due to a recent fatal crash, but this is the side of the Autopilot story that doesn't often make the news.
Wrangler Salute concept, a modern car dressed up to celebrate its 75 year-old forebears.
...it's Musk's fourth goal, following autonomous technology, that will put it into the competitive ridesharing business against the likes of Uber and Lyft.