Self-driving cars are slowly making their way into mass prototypes already, and this one here is Mercedes's model. The automaker is currently testing their technology in the S 500 Intelligent Drive Concept. The prototype will be able to drive itself in all kinds of conditions, and even re-created ...
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.
Aston Martin's new V12 Vantage S Roadster has a 565hp 12 cylinder engine and a top speed of 323 km/h. It can complete 100km/h in 4 seconds.
The Roadster edition follows the V12 Vantage S Coupe that was launched in 2013, with which it shares its 6.0-liter V12 engine that returns 565hp and a peak torque of 620Nm (457 lb-ft) at 5,750, with 510Nm (376 lb-ft) readily available from as low as 1,000rpm.
Self-driving cars are coming to you soon, but there are other innovations inside the car that may not be getting the spotlight. One of them is Jaguar's new Virtual Windscreen Concept, which you might just want to pay attention to.
Mercedes-Benz is currently winning when it comes to social media, according to a recent study by eBench, a team of social media experts. They dominate their closest seven rivals with the largest size, growth and engagement metrics.
Jaguar will only build 250 copies of its F-Type Project 7 roadster. 65 of them have been allocated to its home market in the UK, but it is apparently all sold out already according to sources from the company cited in an Autocar magazine report.
BMW is working on an inductive charging method of its high voltage batteries of both BMW i cars and future plug-in models. The advantage to this would be a cable-free connection between the supply point and the vehicle's high-voltage battery.
Subaru will build a second generation of the BRZ sports car sharing the underpinnings with the Toyota GT85 and Scion FR-S. The two will jointly develop a follow up to the current generation.
Subaru president Yasuyuki Yoshinaga told Autonews that it wouldn’t be viable for Subaru to build the car by itself if it weren’t for Toyota’s volume. The executive’s comments came in response to an article on the Australian website Drive, which quoted the car’s chief engineer from Toyota as saying Subaru may not be involved in the next generation.