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New Toyota minivan has a mic that lets parents yell at kids in the back, without really yelling

New Toyota minivan has a mic that lets parents yell at kids in the back, without really yelling

By 7 hours ago

Toyota is definitely targetting families with its 2015 version of the Sienna minivian. The new vehicle features a built-in microphone that can amplify the driver's voice through the rear speakers, enabling parents to yell at children without having to... >>

Forget about Tesla: Sunswift Eve is a solar-powered car that goes 87 mph

Forget about Tesla: Sunswift Eve is a solar-powered car that goes 87 mph

By 8 hours ago

Tesla Motors may be all the rage with its electric-powered car that can travel more than 110 mph, but a team of engineering students from the University of New South Wales has designed a different type of clean energy car that's just as impressive. The... >>

A week in reviews: 14 - 18 July

A week in reviews: 14 - 18 July

By 19 July 2014

From electric hybrid cars to 4K action cameras, and the latest wearable tech, it's been a busy week at Pocket-lint HQ. Two major products hit the shelves this week: the Nokia Lumia 930 will be among the last handsets to receive the Nokia badge; while... >>

Rent your vehicle out or borrow one using easyCar Club app, the Airbnb for cars

Rent your vehicle out or borrow one using easyCar Club app, the Airbnb for cars

By 17 July 2014

This brilliant service, easyCar Club, allows anyone to rent a car or van directly from another person via its iPhone app. That means anyone can rent their vehicle out when not using it and actually make money, much like Airbnb successfully does with homes.... >>

Audi A3 Sportback e-tron review
4 out of 5

Audi A3 Sportback e-tron review

By 16 July 2014

The electric era is upon us. The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron is the first hybrid car the company has put onto its production line, combining an electronic motor with established 1.4L TFSI petrol hybrid to deliver that Audi Sportback experience but with a... >>

Hyundai gets stunt drivers to dive out of moving cars to show them self-driving

Hyundai gets stunt drivers to dive out of moving cars to show them self-driving

By 11 July 2014

We've heard of cars driving themselves in convoys, but never seen it looking so cool. Hyundai has got a bunch of daredevils to dive from moving cars onto a truck bed, while the cars carry on driving. The best bit isn't just the Hyundai Advanced Smart... >>

BMW i8: Driving the supercar of the future

BMW i8: Driving the supercar of the future

By 10 July 2014

Standing in a small car park on the far Western Coast of the Scottish highlands ought to be the last place you'd expect to draw a crowd. But so futuristic is the look of the new BMW i8, especially in Prototonic blue, that right now it's cameraphone central... >>

Jaguar Land Rover develops a self-learning car, the potential future of motoring

Jaguar Land Rover develops a self-learning car, the potential future of motoring

By 10 July 2014

Jaguar Land Rover, in the heart of its laboratories, is working on an intelligent car that will make the future of driving more intuitive. The proposed car will use the latest artificial intelligence algorithms to learn a user's driving style, habits... >>

Roadside laser could detect drivers’ alcohol levels as they pass

Roadside laser could detect drivers’ alcohol levels as they pass

By 8 July 2014

Soon drunk drivers may be caught before they even get home and before they even realise. A new roadside laser may be able to detect alcohol vapour in moving cars, working like an automated speed camera, but for boozers. While the study that uses this... >>

Want to really impress at the boat club? Get a Bentley premium smartphone made by Vertu

Want to really impress at the boat club? Get a Bentley premium smartphone made by Vertu

By 7 July 2014

British premium smartphone brand Vertu has signed a partnership deal with luxury car firm Bentley which will result in Bentley-branded smartphones created by both companies' designers. The deal lasts for five years and although Vertu is hardly prolific... >>