An international auto show is the place to be. Ludicrously powerful machines, wonderfully eccentric designs, and explosive unveilings are what we've come to expect. The Geneva International Motor Show, however, always manages to out-shine the rest.
At CES in January, we were introduced to Google's (awkwardly named) Open Automotive Alliance, a group that includes Audi, General Motors, and Honda. Their commitment? To "bring Android platforms to cars" in the form of their Automotive Link.
With the environmental impacts of fuel emissions constantly causing concern, the future of driving may well rely on the ability of innovative engineers to perfect the technology of hybrid, electric and low-emission cars...
Car technology is progressing in leaps and bounds these days, and your average modern car is crammed with gadgets for every possible purpose. But if you own an older car, or aren't great with technology, these low-tech car hacks could help you out.
Meet the Real Stars of the new Transformers Movie. Beware of spoilers! As the much-anticipated next addition to the Transformers movie franchise grows ever closer, the film world is buzzing with rumours about which new cars will be featured in the sequel.
As one of the most exciting and renowned super car manufacturers in the world, Lamborghini is a name synonymous with cutting edge style. Now, thanks to a partnership with Google, you don't have to wait for the next auto show to see one of their cars on display.
It’s no secret that using a left hand drive car on roads where you have to drive on the right is safer and easier than doing so in a British motor. Many routes on the Continent have challenging driving conditions, which make foreign roads feel even more foreign if you don’t have the right type of car.