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 ...
Autonomous cars are going to be useful and great because this just happened. A driver is just sitting where he's supposed to without touching the steering wheel, pedals or shifter. It's just cruising the German autobahn.
Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations unveiled the first Lightweight E-Type prototype. It features an aluminum bodyshell with doors, trunklid, hardto and bonnet made from aluminum.
Under the long bonnet, the six-cylinder XK engine mirrors the original 3,868cc power units, with an aluminum block. Both carburettor and fuel injection versions of the engine produce 340hp at 6,500 rpm and 280 lb-ft (380Nm) of torque at 4,500 rpm.
Bugatti is working on a Veyron successor, which is tipped to reach a top speed of 460km/h and his 100km/h in 2.3 seconds. It will be a revised version of the turbocharged 8.0 liter W16 engine and feature hybrid technology to produce 1,479hp.
Gear Patrol traveled to the Laguna Seca racetrack to check out Team Scuderia Corsa in action. The short video was shot by the team at Loneyleap and captures the intensitiy of a day spent on the racetrack through the eyes of the team members of Scuderia Corsa. Check it out below and head to Gear Patrol to see more stunning Ferraris.
Land Rover unveiled the fastest production SUV around the Nürburgring, the 542hp Range Rover Sport SVR, ahead of its Pebble Beach debut. It is powered by a 5.0 liter supercharged V8 engine producing 542hp and 680Nm of torque.
Nissan USA combined styling elements from two of its Nismo models with two sedans. And they did a pretty good job too. They combined the Nissan GT-R Nismo with the Maxima sedan and the 370Z Nismo with the Sentra sedan.
Hyundai has revealed the first official photos of its new i20 supermini. It is scheduled to debut at the Paris Motor Show and it features the brand's "Fluidic sculpture 2.0" design language.
The car has been designed and developed in Europe and features design cues that remind you of the i30. It has a chrome frame hexagonal grille placed lower for “design and engineering purposes”, with a thin, horizontal upper grille connecting the front headlights, which include LED daytime running lights and LED positioning lamps.