We’re glued to phones and computers already, so why not fry our eyes in front of pixels as car passengers, as well? That's what this crazy, display-dense concept from Nissan would have you doing. Read more >>
Smart cars are already at the point where they can detect danger and react faster than a driver can. And to help ensure that a vehicle can actually stop in time to avoid an accident, a Swedish company has designed an emergency brake that grabs onto the road using extreme suction. Read more >>
Have you ever found your car stranded in a car park because some neighbouring drivers have parked too close for you to even open the door? That’s one problem that Jaguar Land Rover’s new prototype remote app can solve, letting you back your vehicle out of a tight spot using your smartphone. See more >>
Contrary to what the news cycle pounds into our brains, the electric car conversation does not begin and end with Elon Musk. There’s a more affordable and more relevant urban mobility solution than Tesla.
Cars already have intelligent headlights that sweep left or right to improve visibility as you steer into a turn. But Vauxhall/Opel is developing next-generation lamp systems that scan your facial features 50 times a second to keep track of where you're looking – and automatically re-direct the lights in that direction. Read more >