Car seats that read your rump to tailor drive modes and modify your mood are not far away. Brian Cooley shows you how they work.
If you've never heard of King of the Hammers, we've got your primer right here. Read up on the week's events and be ready to enjoy the Hammers January 31-February 5.
Technically Incorrect: Online mortgage provider Quicken Loans wants everyone to use a phone to get a mortgage. Is this asking for trouble?
We lay out the good and the great of what's available in today's truck market.
In the past, four-wheel-drive vehicles that could drop their top, like the Jeep Wrangler or the classic Ford Bronco, had a decidedly more rugged take on the idea. Range Rover unveiled their stab at what must surely be the niche of all niche markets at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
From bare bones to econo-boxes to vehicles that offer terrific value for money, affordable cars are a huge segment.
The German car company and team Part Time Scientists partner up to send a four-wheel-drive rover to the moon, where it'll compete for $30 million in prize money.
Once again, BMW runs its X5 and X6 models through its M division, coming out with high performance four-wheel-drive SUVs that are track-ready.
From 4-wheel drive to all-wheel drive, CNET's Brian Cooley explains how they have evolved and the differences between them.
The BMW 428i explained, why smaller cars can be more dangerous, and how to drive an automatic transmission. (No, seriously!)