No more car keys; just use your iPhone for this edgy concept.
No more car keys, just use your iPhone for this edgy concept.
CNET Car Tech posts photos of the Rinspeed iChange concept car, coming to the 2009 Geneva auto show.
Our favorite Swiss automotive design house comes out with a new concept for the 2009 Geneva auto show. The iChange is electric powered and sports a different profile depending on whether it is carrying one or three people.
Rinspeed announces its concept car for the 2011 Geneva auto show, the BamBoo.
Wacky automotive modifier Rinspeed comes up with a way of giving electric cars more range, with an extra battery pack supported by its own axle.
First car built around an iPhone, Audi's TT grows some bigger ones, Cadillac's V cars are safe for now, and where to find Bluetooth that sounds great.
Swiss automaker Rinspeed will debut at the 2009 Geneva auto show an electric concept car that changes shape to conform to the number of passengers on board.
Rinspeed will bring its UC electric city car to the 2010 Geneva auto show.
Chrysler's Peapod is the first production vehicle that interfaces to your iPhone and turns it into the key to starting your wheels.