This is Audi's RS 7 Piloted Driving Concept car. It will lap the Hockenheim track on October 17 and 19 without a driver. According to Audi, it is the world's "sportiest piloted driving car". The car has 552hp and a top speed of 305km/h and it is identical to the production model, but its electrome...
Jaguar is working on new technology that makes pillars disappear and a ghost car in front of you to follow navigation directions. Does that sound dangerous?
The two new devices are being developed to aid visibility with the help of cameras and digital imaging. The transparent pillars are called 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen and are embedded into the two pillars around the car which work with cameras around the vehicle to project an image. It would help with a driver's blindspot.
Aston Martin is set to showcase six bespoke cars to commemorate its 60-year milestone. They've yet to unveil their 1955-65 DB 2/4 MK II Saloon, 1965-75 DB5, 1975-85 V8 Coupe, 1985-95 V8 Vantage X-Pack, or 1995-2005 V8 Vantage, but they've taken the first step to show off the limited edition Vanquish.
Mercedes-Benz unveils the GLE 450 AMG combining the sporty dynamics of a coupe with the robustness of an SUV. The interior features carbon fibre trimmings, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a large tablet-like display along the center console, and has a 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine.
According to some color surveys for cars, white, black, grey and silver are still the top choices. But now, a new trend is gaining ground: natural colors like gold, yellow, orange and brown!
“A color range that we call natural, the oranges, browns and golds, are growing on all regions, but particularly in Europe, which is interesting”, a PPG manager for color styling on automotive OEM coatings Jane Harrington told Wards Auto. “We’ll start to see that growth in the next year or so.”
Mercedes-Benz's AMG division has its second fully in-house created sports vehicle for 2015 - the GTS. It is considerably lighter and has 503hp and 479 lb-ft of torque via a 4.0 liter V8 biturbo engine. What do you think? Will this make the SLS irrelevant already?
Heads-up displays are becoming mainstream soon, and startups like Navdy are alwaredy working on aftermarket accessories. But could automakers actually feature something like that in their new cars soon? Check out CNET's video on cars of the future: