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Google has a library of quirky, futuristic patents and that means that this could just be a pipe dream of one of their engineers.
From a blind spot detector to a scent diffuser, the gadgets in today's cars just want to help.
The Best or Nothing
The company's stock is in high gear, its sales exceed expectations and two new models are coming. Tesla is disruptive for sure, but not trouble-free.
Two new studies decipher who prefers which kind of car, revealing unexpected attitudes that challenge many assumptions.
It wasn't the greenest show, but it may have been the glitziest.
Proceeds of the heavenly ‘hog’ will go towards the renovation of a hostel and soup kitchen in Rome.
Is it possible for a bad guy to get control of your car while you're driving? You bet, and that's only one reason to worry about onboard Internet access and black boxes.
Automakers use the beeps to confirm the alarm, to back up, to alert the driver to this or that. It's gotten totally out of hand, say a group of determined activists.
The C-MAX Solar Energi should be able to make 75 percent of its trips on sun power.
Cars are getting better, especially American ones. But here are some pet peeves for automakers to fix in the new year.
It's expected that Google's integrated technology will likely accept voice commands so drivers can keep their eyes on the road.
Rules are easing on buying and selling the old American cars that still line Havana's streets.
From driverless cars to diesels that even Americans will love, our car blogger gazes into his crystal ball.
No, people don't search for practical cars they might actually buy. They look at $2 million Bugatti dream cars.
The full-sized drivable car was built with 500,000 LEGO pieces.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.
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