News and Articles About Cars
A look at the tech innovations drivers want and don't want.
Charlie Miller, who also used to work for the NSA, reportedly resigned from his job at the social giant.
Cybersecurity researchers found six significant vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to control the vehicle.
The company is trying to make buying a used car online as easy as buying a pair of shoes.
An alliance including Ford and General Motors said it will create a center for sharing information and analysis to help make cars more secure.
Steve Peterson was drawn to Christian Brothers Automotive's own statement of care, about honesty, integrity and reliability.
Internet of Things
Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them. But are they really a good idea?
This chill new Chevy feature keeps the gadget you can't live without cool.
Luckily for us they will have safety drivers on board.
The car company is one of several that are exploring alternatives to traditional car ownership, including more flexible on-demand models.
Motormood just launched a $130,500 Kickstarter campaign for its eponymous gadget, whose goal is to spread commuter cheer.
People like doing business with successful people and nothing says success louder than an ostentatious car.
Far Out Tech
Never mind those dreams of using a handheld device to steer your car from the back seat, James Bond-style -- the real purpose of remote control may be to get your vehicle past a muddy trench.
The Model 3, reportedly launching in 2017, will come in two versions: a sedan and a crossover.