In just a few years, well-mannered self-driving robotaxis will share the roads with reckless, law-breaking human drivers. The prospect is causing migraines for the people developing the robotaxis.
Volkswagen's board chairman has defended the decision not to publish results of the investigation it commissioned into its scandal over cars rigged to cheat on diesel emissions tests, saying it could expose the company to legal risks.
The U.S. government's highway safety agency is investigating complaints that the brakes can malfunction on some Nissan SUVs.
Boston-based nuTonomy says it plans to install its software and specialized sensors into two Peugeot 3008 SUVs this summer. It will begin testing them on public roads in Singapore in September.
My frequent Gaywheels readers recognize that I'm a big fan of fast cars and convertibles. Some of my past articles have chronicled that love of speed and top-down driving pleasure, and maybe my no-nonsense style.
Old cars can learn new tricks. For a few hundred dollars, drivers can add new safety technology - like forward collision warning systems or backup cameras - to older cars.
German automaker Daimler AG says net profit doubled in the first three months of the year as the new version of the company's Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan and its SUV lineup boosted sales.
Sunita Halasz has tips for "driving electric" along lonely roads in New York's Adirondack Mountains: Know the locations of charging stations, bring activities for the kids during three-hour recharges... and have a backup plan.
A Slovakian company called AeroMobil unveiled on Thursday its version of a flying car, a light-framed plane whose wings can fold back, like an insect, and is boosted by a hybrid engine and rear propeller.
It may not be quite like the Jetsons, but for over a million dollars you too can soon fly around in a car.