The challenge for tech companies and automakers alike is that computer hardware and software embedded in a new car can be obsolete in just a couple years. But the owner will drive the car for an average of six to seven years before he trades it in for a new model.
Ford plans to introduce a new hybrid gasoline-electric car in late 2018. The model will be...
Aston Martin teamed up with Polyphony Digital to put the DP-100 Concept in to Gran Turismo 6....
It's been 19 years since an Alfa Romeo has been marketed in the United States. Now that the Alfa Romeo 4C is state-side, Chris Woodyard gives it a drive.
Greubel Forsey, a Swiss watchmaking startup, is pushing the boundaries of precision. For $800,000, you can buy a mechanical watch that tells near-perfect time.
Three-cylinder cars didn't have the best reputation in the 80s and 90s, but now they're making a comeback. Here's a look at the Top 5 three-cylinder engines.
Entrepreneur Michael Haas lights up LEDs to improve car safety with a system he invented called Haas Perimeter Lighting Technology.
Nearly 1,100 lives could be saved every year on the roads by cars that "talk" to each other. The government is out with new findings on V2V, or vehicle to vehicle, technology.
In a not-too-distant future, manufacturing will be expected to incorporate “intelligence readiness” in all products as society will progressively be relying on an IoT-supported infrastructure.
The British brands have created a special division to create vehicles that offer top performance.
There’s no doubt that technology is making our vehicles more complex. But is technology infiltrating our vehicles too fast and is it all just too much?
The latest version of the sports car, due out in September, has features that helps the car tattle on any valet who doesn't take a slow, direct route to a parking space.
What looks like a Shelby Daytona Coupé, goes like a 911 Turbo S and uses no traditional fuel? The Renovo Coupe. After four and a half years of working in secret, the car is ready to be seen.
Elio Motors wants to revolutionize U.S. roads with its tiny car, which is the same length as a Honda Fit but half the weight.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at exploring the ocean in a private submarine, translating vibrations into audio signals and gaining superhuman strength... with the help of a robotic exoskeleton.
Nissan claims it has created the 'cleanest car' in the world with a new innovative paint technology. Watch as it gets put to the test.
Jibo is a robot developed by researchers from MIT's Media Lab that can see, hear, speak and complete a variety of tasks. The robot's open platform design gives developers the ability to teach this bot all kinds of new tricks.
Nokia's new budget device will provide at least a week's worth of battery life on standby.
The Tesla Model S was once the darling of Consumer Reports, but a recent article states that the car now 'has more than its share of problems.'
A Silicon Valley start up is combining nanotechnology and fashion to produce clothes that repel water and don't stain.
A sponge-like plastic that sops up the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide might ease our transition away from polluting fossil fuels and toward new energy sources, such as hydrogen.
Jennifer Jolly shows off some of what a new car will be able to do for you in 2015.
Today' s Engineering Newswire looks at shrinking power inverters for a chance to win a million dollars, firing glow in the dark bullets, and creating power with industry by-products.
A British biomechanist believes he can help ease the strain on the shins of walkers and soldiers trekking for many miles while wearing heavy loads on their backs with a new type of footwear. Can a spring change the way we walk? Jim Drury looks at the product's first steps.
Learn how Jaguar Land Rover's low carbon engine manufacturing plant at Wolverhampton aims to use the best possible technologies to reduce environmental impacts.
3D printing is a cool technology, but it's not exactly a hands-on way to make things. Enter the 3Doodler: the pen that turns you into the 3D printer.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at building the world’s largest 3D printer, making eSkin digital tattoos, using your car to track your heart and turning Darth Vader’s mask into a Corvette.
Imaginestics founder, Nainesh Rathod, demonstrates the potential impact of "Smart Shape Technology" on 3D printing and local manufacturing hubs.
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