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Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept: The 4x4 of tomorrow

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept: The 4x4 of tomorrow

By 16 May 2014

After 25 years of the Discovery, Land Rover has started to look to the future as to what is possible for the iconic 4x4 that you see ferrying around everything, from a pack of dogs to a gaggle of children on the school run. To highlight that vision, Land... >>

Bentley ad shot entirely on iPhone 5S and edited in the back of a Bentley Mulsanne

Bentley ad shot entirely on iPhone 5S and edited in the back of a Bentley Mulsanne

By 16 May 2014

Bentley is now including an iPad Air with keyboard built into the back of its Mulsanne cars. As part of an advert, it shot and edited the entire project on an iPhone 5S and the Mulsanne's iPad Air. The advert was shot using the iPhone 5S with the FiLMiC... >>

Peugeot 308 review (2014)
4 out of 5

Peugeot 308 review (2014)

By 14 May 2014

Peugeot is on a roll. After a decade or two of largely mediocre cars, the company has now given us the sassy 208, the Audi-TT-baiting RCZ, and the surprisingly practical 2008. Can the new Peugeot 308 continue the rejuvenation of The Lion? It might not... >>

This VW Beetle is made from hand-carved oak and it's one of a kind

This VW Beetle is made from hand-carved oak and it's one of a kind

By 13 May 2014

A VW Beetle has been built out of wood by a 71-year-old Bosnian retiree. There's a sentence we'll likely never write again. The VW Beetle is made by hand from over 50,000 pieces of carved oak. The wooden scale-like convertible has had every part made... >>

What will F1 look like in 2030? Oculus Rift, breathable cars and AR slip streams, says Human Ignition

What will F1 look like in 2030? Oculus Rift, breathable cars and AR slip streams, says Human Ignition

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Burn energy drink and Lotus F1 Team have combined to create a documentary movie that looks at the future of Formula One motor-racing and attempts to predict how the sport will change by 2030. Human Ignition investigates the shift in technology over the... >>

Where we’re going we do need roads, solar charging roads

Where we’re going we do need roads, solar charging roads

By 12 May 2014

Solar Roadways are the future of roads, made from intelligent solar panels that could power electric cars. The solar powered road technology has already been developed and is shown off in a video on the project's Indiegogo crowd-funding page. The video... >>

LTDA black taxis to congest London roads in protest of 'American monster' Uber car service

LTDA black taxis to congest London roads in protest of 'American monster' Uber car service

By 8 May 2014

The Licensed Taxi Drivers Association in London has announced it will cause a city-wide gridlock to protest against Uber, a smartphone app that provides taxi-like services. Uber is a mobile app that connects passengers with drivers of vehicles for hire.... >>

TomTom Go 40, 50, 60 models give you lifetime traffic for less cash

TomTom Go 40, 50, 60 models give you lifetime traffic for less cash

By 7 May 2014

TomTom has announced a new tier of personal satnav devices: the TomTom Go 40, 50 and 60. The new TomTom satnav devices offer lifetime traffic, one of the highlights of TomTom's devices. To get access to the traffic you'll need to connect the new devices... >>

Volvo self-driving Autopilot cars begin road tests, can merge traffic and adjust speed

Volvo self-driving Autopilot cars begin road tests, can merge traffic and adjust speed

By 6 May 2014

Volvo has started its Drive Me project by sending its first test Autopilot cars around the Swedish city of Gothenburg. The project will eventually feature 100 self-driving cars, which will travel on approximately 50 kilometres of public roads and commuter... >>

Nokia out to prove there’s life after Lumia by investing $100 million in smart car technology

Nokia out to prove there’s life after Lumia by investing $100 million in smart car technology

By 5 May 2014

Nokia may have sold its hardware division to Microsoft, but it's not resting on its laurels. Not only is it planning to bring some of its software services back to iOS and Android, but it is investing heavily in the emergence of the smart car. Apple has... >>