Ford Sees Self-Driving Vans, Drones Working Together to Deliver Food

We’ve seen plenty of self-driving prototypes intended to transport people, but we’ve yet to encounter a completely autonomous process for transporting goods directly to a customer’s doorstep. With the new Autolivery concept, has envisioned a future of self-driving vans and drones working together to achieve this goal. Not unlike something … Continue reading

The design inspiration for Lynk & CO’s first model

GOTHENBURG, Sweden — Peter Horbury has worked on countless projects during his 40-plus years as a car designer, but he says his most recent undertaking — bringing Geely’s Lynk & CO to life — was “incredibly challenging” and “truly unique.” Horbury and his team decided that Lynk & CO’s first … Continue reading

Car Review: 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE Manual

The 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE is a rolling manifestation of Bruce Springsteen’s most celebratory lyrical fairy tale, the “all-American boy with a nose for trouble finds his way by means of a pushrod-V-8–powered muscle car with a weary but naturally beautiful girl in the passenger seat.” Born from the … Continue reading

Peeking Inside the GM/Ford Transverse Nine-Speed Automatic

There’s been a flurry of recent information released about the new 10-speed automatic that rivals GM and Ford have co-developed for longitudinal engines as it gets readied for production in the Chevy Camaro ZL1, Ford F-150 EcoBoost 3.5, and Ford Raptor, but Chevy’s unveiling of the Equinox provided our first … Continue reading

Pittsburgh residents get ready for driverless Uber cars

Very soon, residents of this hilly city will become the first Americans to test out Uber’s self-driving car service. It is a historic moment not just for the ride-hailing company, but also for robotic cars in general. For many people, the technology will finally become a reality, one they can touch … Continue reading

Why car tech companies should look to Amazon for inspiration

The most advanced automotive tech available ahead of the arrival of fully self-driving vehicles should, ideally, be incredibly sophisticated, and completely invisible to users. So far, of all the major tech companies, Amazon is the closest to striking that balance. Computers are complicated, and one thing drivers don’t need in … Continue reading