Would you choose Google or Apple to be in your car's dashboard? Apple revealed CarPlay - an interface for a vehicle's infotainment system. Google on the other hand, recently announced Android Auto. And it promises to be a seamless device-to-car integration for 80 percent of global smartphone users ...
Porsche's BMW 5-Series sized Pajun has been delayed until at least 2019. Porsche's product strategy initially included seven different car lines that would be on sale by 2018, but the plan for the Pajun has undergone some changes.
This MotorTrend review of the new BMW M3 points out that it has the key to a winning formula in the sector. It is faster than before and has better handling and also more efficient and comfortable for every day use.
Lamborghini has yet to replace the Gallardo on the racetrack. So they are relying on the new Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo. The car is due to start racing next year in all three Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Series.
Smart has welcomed two new models to its range on Wednesday - the third-generation ForTwo and the second generation ForFour.
The ForTwo and ForFour also share the same width (1,660mm) and height (1,550mm), but differ in wheelbase and overall length, with the two-door Smart measuring 2,690mm long with a 1,873mm wheelbase, and the four-door model, 3,490mm long with a 2,494mm wheelbase.
Tesla motors aren't the only ones willing to share its patents with rivals in order to help the sales of EVs pick up. BMW said it is open to sharing its EV battery cell technology it co-developed with Korea's Samsung SDI.
Toyota has delayed its next generation Prius six months in order to get it right. Now some details have emerged that it will offer two battery choices - a low cost nickel metal hydride unit or a lithium ion pack.
AutoTrader got its hands on a BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe and reviewed it in the video below. Its only negatives compared to the regular sedan are its slightly more cumbersome access from the generally lower stance of the car and its lower seating positions. Check out the review below:
The Nissan sports car inspired by the IDx concepts will not make its way to production, at least not yet. Pierre Loing, vice president-product planning for Nissan Americas, said a small, RWD sports car that could compete with the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S is currently an enigma for the Japanese automaker.