The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Road Trip 2011: CNET gets a firsthand look at how the double-decker behemoth that is Airbus' A380 is assembled inside the largest industrial building in Europe. It's a sight to behold.
Kia outright refuses to call the 2015 Sedona a 'van' in any of its materials, but just look at it!
A stylish and easy-driving car with many fun connected features, the 2013 Mini Cooper S Paceman works fine for mundane driving, but enthusiasts should stick to its smaller sibling.
The 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe requires real skill to enjoy the extent of its capabilities, but its performance is exhilarating, while advanced cabin electronics help the driver under more sedate driving conditions.
An easyJet manager at Glasgow airport threatened to not let a passenger on his flight after he made an angry comment on Twitter.
Use Google's Street View to take a peek into the Airbus A380, a massive and luxurious aircraft. Neon lights and fully stocked bar included.
The Ford Focus Electric will make its way to British roads next year, and can go 100 miles before needing a recharge.
An Alaska Airlines passenger either has Parkinson's or is drunk. However, once an Oregon man writes a Facebook post criticizing Alaska Airlines, the airline comes under attack.
The right wing was damaged. And the passengers lived to tell the tale. The airline, however, blames fog and sun for turning everything white. Which certainly doesn't seem to be the case in the film.
Infiniti showed off a concept version of a new three-row crossover to launch next year. The JX concept features room for seven passengers and will be powered by a V-6 engine.