Car technology continues to evolve. We’re nearing a time when new cars may even be able to conduct a health check on drivers.
3D-printed parts for cars are becoming a reality, as GM and Ford race to bring their technology to market.
Today’s vehicles are made up of a number of systems working together in harmony. It would be impossible to remove one of these systems (fuel, for example) and still have a car that drives. So while you can’t necessarily say the car electrical system…
Most modern vehicles have 12-volt electrical systems, which power everything by means of the car battery. A 48-volt system may become the new norm.
Blind-spot monitoring systems help prevent accidents and save lives. Here’s a look at how this technology works.
Could autonomous vehicles replace millions of driving and mechanic jobs within the next decade? Here’s a reality check.
What are the biggest game-changing automotive industry trends for 2018? Here’s a look at where the road could take you this year.
Not all modern car features are new ideas — check out the ones that reach back into the past for automotive inspiration.
Teen driver technology is the new-fangled way to keep young drivers safe, providing monitoring tools for parents to evaluate and discuss driving behavior.
Car companies are turning to technology to tackle distracted driving prevention.