Thanks to shows like “The Jetsons,” we expected flying cars by now. Let’s take a look at futuristic autmotive tech that’s been predicted by movies and TV.
Dealing with climate extremes? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of remote car starters.
Brake innovation technologies include adaptive cruise control, brake-by-wire and one-pedal driving. What’s not to love about these features?
The worst thing about stop-start technology might be all in your head, but what is idle-stop or SST on a conventional or mild hybrid vehicle?
Driver fatigue takes hundreds of lives each year. A drowsy driver detection system can help prevent accidents in the future.
Cars with lane assist are moving us ever closer to fully self-driving cars. But how does the technology work?
Carbon fiber was invented by Thomas Edison. Since then, it has been used in many applications, including making today’s cars lighter and stronger.
The electronic control module is an onboard computer responsible for keeping your engine running at its best and alerting you when something is wrong.
Here’s a look at the history of cruise control, how best to use it and the latest self-driving car developments involving this technology.
A mild hybrid isn’t as efficient as a full-blown hybrid, but the current technology adds more torque and reduces your time at the pump.