There's nothing stopping you from pulling it behind a modern minivan, but with its retro-styled curves and paint job, the Dub Box camper trailer will look far more at home hitched to an iconic VW Microbus.
Mercedes claims that its new fuel cell technology results in vehicles with no omissions, so it's as if they're invisible to the environment. And to drive this fact home, literally, they created a vehicle that was invisible to everything else.
There aren’t many cars that make better bedroom poster fodder than Ferrari’s. The Italian supercar maker has just busted out the fastest Ferrari to date. The F12berlinetta packs a new generation, 6.3-litre 730HP V12 engine and a dual-clutch gear box straight out of F1 – this thing will be an absolute beast doing 0-62mph in just 3.1-freaking-seconds, and it doesn’t look half bad either.
Mercedes-Benz has announced its plans to fully integrate the the driver's iPhone as well as the Siri assistant into future A-Class models. It'll be like having your own personal, mildly-incompetent HAL.
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with the 140,695 miles of railroad covering America. The tracks have to be inspected regularly and, rather than send crews out in full-sized train cars, these modified automobiles often did the job.
Certainly you've assembled a piece of Ikea furniture and experienced that special kind of frustration that comes with realising the screw holes don't line up and you have to take everything apart and put it together it again.
ClimateCars has just added the electric Renault Fluence Z.E. to its line-up of eco-friendly London taxis just in time for the Olympics. Londoners will be able to zip along knowing that they’re not pumping out noxious gases while sitting in traffic, or at least their cab isn't.
MIT's city car concept has been in the pipeline for a long time, but until now there's been nothing other than illustrations and half-size models. Now, however, the real thing is here, and it's about to go into testing in Europe.
Everybody's working on self-driving cars! Google, Ford, Volvo and now even the ultimate driving machine, BMW, is trying their hand at hands free driving. BMW's self-autonomous system uses four types of sensors, radar, cameras, laser scanners and ultrasound distance sensors and can even change lanes to zoom past a slowpoke car. BMW. The ultimate lazy driving machine.
There are two hard and fast rules in this world: "Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line" and "Never get involved in a prank war in Australia." Or else very bad things will happen to your Holden.