Chevrolet recently introduced the 2014 Corvette V8 Stingray, showing that just maybe, America can still produce some really damn gorgeous sports cars.
Recently, Hyundai has been testing a system that would allow you to use an NFC-enabled smartphone to unlock your car door, start the car before you get there and other nifty functions. Right now, this is just in a testing phase, so it might be a few years before anything like this is on the showroom floor.
Two stray dogs in New Zealand, in modified Mini Coopers, were taught how to drive the cars around a track. First we teach dogs how to drive and then who knows what the fuck.
In mid 2013, highways in the Netherlands will be getting a sort of a smart makeover. By using high tech paint, the highways markers will be much more visible in the dark, and in case of ice or snow, the roads will alert drivers to these conditions, which is especially helpful for ice that may be hard to see otherwise.
If you’re camping or on the road and you want to try and catch some sleep in the back of your car, it’s perhaps not quite as comfy as you might have remembered when you were a kid. But if you do want a little extra bounce in your back seat, there’s now a shaped air mattress that makes your car a comfy place to crash.
For those of you unfamiliar with the original Onion article. Win or lose come November, let’s all do our part to see Uncle Joe Biden washing his TransAm in the White House driveway.
While electric cars are good for the environment, they haven’t yet taken over the road because of the lack of a nationwide charging infrastructure. Oh, and a global conspiracy by oil companies. But a new charging system from Tesla takes solar power and uses it to fill up an electric vehicle in less time than it takes to fill your tank with gasoline.
For only $12, you could turn your car into a TARDIS, Millenium Falcon and more. Well, in name at least.