CNET On Cars
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The most powerful muscle car ever boasts immense power but also comfort and control that makes it accessible to mere mortals.
The DeLorean DMC is one of the most iconic cars of the 20th century. XCAR got behind the wheel and charts how John Z. DeLorean came to build this glorious aluminium movie star.
The 2015 Buick LaCrosse's primary appeal comes from its large cabin and comfortable ride, enhanced by an easy driving character and a solid set of cabin tech features.
The 707-horsepower Hellcat is a terrifying tire-shredder, but this powerful pussycat is also surprisingly well-rounded.
Ditch windshield suction cups and make use of an underutilized part of your car's dashboard to clear up your view.
IHS Automotive estimates globally, HUDs will grow from 2.7 million units installed in new cars in 2014, to more than 9 million in 2020. Brian Cooley discusses the emerging tech and what carmakers and suppliers need to do to continue the uptrend.
The BMW X6 gathers strong opinions wherever it goes. Is its rep justified or is it misunderstood? XCAR take the latest X6 out for a spin to find out.
Brian Cooley tells you about emerging technologies that could make watching TV in your car a reality.
With OnStar telematics and 4G data, the Buick LaCrosse offers a fast Wi-Fi hotspot in its roomy cabin.
The Tesla Model S not only looks good, it drives exceedingly well while running with electric efficiency, but we would like to see more of the driver-assistance features found on comparably priced cars.