When Otto first began testing its technology in California last year, a co-founder of the company sought to assure regulators it was developing driver-assistance systems on the state’s public roads and not self-driving semi trucks. The distinction is critical. Otto, which hopes to develop fully self-driving trucks, would not be required to obtain an autonomous-testing…""
Despite all the Volkswagen muck that has besmirched diesel power, Chevrolet is one of the manufacturers that are sticking with the alternative powertrain and pushing forward with new models. Chevrolet is once again launching a diesel option for the latest generation of its compact, the Cruze, and its just-announced EPA ratings…""
Last month we heard a rumor that a refreshed Porsche Cayman GT4 is coming, equipped with a sizable turbocharged 4.0-liter six-cylinder engine to keep up with the new turbocharged 718 models. Now, it seems a Porsche dealer in Australia is corroborating that rumor, according to a post on its Instagram…""
Ford is placing a billion-dollar bet that a small Pittsburgh-based company will help it launch fully self-driving vehicles within the next four years. The automaker said Friday it has acquired a majority stake in Argo AI, a startup focused on artificial intelligence that is headed by two executives who once…""
Landed gentry, newly moneyed ballers, and Beverly Hills realtors take heed: The Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic is here to fill the multi-passenger vehicular void that no supercar could. Second only to the long-wheelbase Range Rover SVAutobiography in terms of price and size (and surpassing it in ludicrous names), the short-wheelbase…""
The 1960s were arguably the high point of Mercedes-Benz design. While some prefer the more ornate automobiles of the 1930s and others admire the charm of the three-pointed star’s postwar machines, the 1960s brought us the Heckflosse (launched in 1959; the name means “fintail”); the stately W108, which deleted the…""