Cars

Show all Cars: Reviews News

Latest

Driver-less car design: Are we sleep-walking into the future?

Driver-less car design: Are we sleep-walking into the future?

By 12 January 2015

It’s hard to criticise tech-led culture without appearing anti-progressive. But when it comes to autonomous car design, are we sleep-walking our way into the future? There is something hugely appealing about the driver-less car. Even the most gear-headed... >>

NASA and Nissan have teamed up to make self-driving, zero-emission cars

NASA and Nissan have teamed up to make self-driving, zero-emission cars

By 9 January 2015

Although most people would probably never guess that NASA is seeking the help of a car maker to further innovation, it has just announced a partnership with Nissan, in which the two hope to develop autonomous vehicles. According to Wired, NASA and Nissan... >>

Mercedes-Benz's gorgeous new concept vehicle is the self-driving car you've always wanted

Mercedes-Benz's gorgeous new concept vehicle is the self-driving car you've always wanted

By 6 January 2015

Mercedes-Benz is at CES 2015 in Las Vegas and has unveiled a self-driving concept car that'll make you forget all about Google's golf cart-like autonomous prototype. The car is aptly named F 015 Luxury in Motion, likely because it is the epitome of luxury.... >>

BMW touchscreen display key fob for i8 is finally a reality you can own

BMW touchscreen display key fob for i8 is finally a reality you can own

By 6 January 2015

The BMW touchscreen display key fob leaked way back in December 2013, thought to be for the BMW i8. The i8 came and there was no fob, on the standard edition, and just as we started to lose hope the device has been unveiled at CES 2015. The revolutionary... >>

Audi self-driving A7 ‘production ready’ after 550-mile drive to CES in Las Vegas

Audi self-driving A7 ‘production ready’ after 550-mile drive to CES in Las Vegas

By 5 January 2015

An Audi A7 has driven itself over 550-miles from San Francisco all the way to CES 2015 in Las Vegas. Audi says that the self-driving A7 has sensors that it claims are now "production ready". Despite being a futuristic car the sensors aren't all new with... >>

Nvidia Drive is Tegra X1 powered and aims to help create the driverless cars of the future

Nvidia Drive is Tegra X1 powered and aims to help create the driverless cars of the future

By 5 January 2015

As well as the super-powered Nvidia Tegra X1 mobile chip, Nvidia unveiled its Drive in-car supercomputer during its press conference held on the eve of CES in Las Vegas. The Nvidia Drive concept comes in two forms; Nvidia Drive PX is designed for auto-piloted... >>

You can now use an Android Wear watch to remotely control your Hyundai car

You can now use an Android Wear watch to remotely control your Hyundai car

By 3 January 2015

If you own a Hyundai car as well as an Android Wear watch, you just got some cool and new integration between the two. First of all: you can now remotely control your car. A new Android Wear version of Hyundai's Blue Link app has just been announced,... >>

Henes Broon F8 is the Android-powered sports car you always wanted (shame it’s just for kids)

Henes Broon F8 is the Android-powered sports car you always wanted (shame it’s just for kids)

By 2 January 2015

Electric child cars just got a billion times cooler. Do you remember how much you wanted a convertible Power Wheels in the 1990s? Well, imagine that car with an Android-powered infotainment system, Bluetooth-based remote control, and more. Oh and, instead... >>

Citroen C4 Cactus review: A thorn in the side for the competition
4.5 out of 5

Citroen C4 Cactus review: A thorn in the side for the competition

By 2 January 2015

Every so often a car comes along that causes people to stop and stare. If you're brave enough to drive a new Citroen C4 Cactus, then there's a fair chance that people are going to stare at you. It's a car that looks different; quirky in a way that, arguably,... >>

Forget fish 'n' chips in newspaper, NFC chips in magazines are the next big thing

Forget fish 'n' chips in newspaper, NFC chips in magazines are the next big thing

By 2 January 2015

Print advertising is not dead, it just needs to adapt to survive, says BMW. The car manufacturer has teamed with London-based tech start-up Tamoco to add NFC chips to magazine ads in order for readers to interact with the printed page. Tamoco already... >>