For a police officer, a motorcycle provides unparalleled mobility for weaving through traffic coupled with nimble handling and quick acceleration to catch fleeing perps.
An automatic pedestrian-detection system can warn drivers when people are likely to step out onto the road, and cushion a collision.
Chevy’s new Impala has a place in your dash to stash your stuff. Or anything else you want to keep out prying eyes.
The biggest problem with electric cars these days is that the batteries just aren't good enough for going on long trips.
"I'll never forget it. The bomb was on the right side of the Buffalo," Ryan Tomlinson, a former Marine corporal, told BI.
Data released by Tesla Motors late Wednesday night directly contradicts a damning review of the automaker’s Model S sedan by The New York Times.
Tesla Motors will soon announce its fourth quarter financial results.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is feuding with The New York Times.
Driverless cars may be coming sooner than expected.
Want to know what it’s like to ride in a self-driving car? In a word: boring. But maybe not as dull as a monotonous commute or soul-sucking drive on the interstate, but that’s the point.
Last week, Jalopnik writer Jason Torchinsky issued a call for readers to come up with a look for a car with some very unusual specs.
Seen from across Walvis Bay, the windswept patch of Atlantic Ocean known as Speed Spot is barely more than a sparkle of whitecaps against a long, low sandbar.
Leave it to New Jersey to build a record-breaking electric vehicle powered by a giant kite.
The world’s first battery electric car ferry is under development in Norway. It’s capable of carrying 120 cars and 360 passengers, and it can fully recharge in just 10 minutes.
Meet the CMA CGM Marco Polo. It’s held the title of largest container ship in the world for a little over a month. But later this year, it will lose that distinction.
The automaker is using technology from SolarFuel to make renewable methane for natural-gas vehicles
Those in love know the sensation of walking on air.
Next week, W Motors, based in Beirut, will reveal the Arab world's first homegrown supercar: The outrageous LykanHypersport 2013.
The long-awaited 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray was revealed on the eve of the Detroit Motor Show last week, and so far it's been very well-received.
restaurant in Seattle has made a powerful statement by refusing to serve TSA agents until the invasive pat downs stop.
Achates Power gets $5 million to build a multi-cylinder version of its diesel engine.
The seventh generation of America’s most venerated sports car, sharpened in all dimensions by racing experience toward out-hustling the best sports cars in the world. The question will be whether it can outrun history.
"About half of the world's total oil production of nearly 90 million barrels per day is transported over water," write US Funds analysts.
Car manufacturers are informing car owners that this fuel will VOID WARRANTY!
The world's longest stretch of high-speed railway opened in China yesterday (Dec. 26).
The Petersen Automotive Museum on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles has been open since 1994, but it was not until this month that the public had access to its most interesting part: "the vault."
Toyota has agreed to pay about $1.1 billion to settle a class action lawsuit launched by US vehicle owners affected by a series of mass recalls, the Japanese automaker said Wednesday.
If you look back at the year and think of the gear that stands out, it’s probably a short list despite the hundreds of phones, tablets, Kickstarter projects, headphones and laptops that flooded the market.
Federal regulators are proposing that new automobiles sold in the United States after September 2014 come equipped with black boxes, so-called “event data recorders” that chronicle everything from how fast a vehicle was traveling, the number of pass
Traffic camera fines are poised to dip in the District, but one aspect of the controversial program is set to surge in 2013: the number of the devices that generate tickets for common traffic offenses like speeding and running stoplights.