As the Formula One season ends, a new series takes its place -- but instead of internal combustion engines, these new cars pack lithium-ion batteries and motors that sound like TIE Fighters.
German cleantech company Sunfire GmbH has unveiled a machine that converts water and carbon dioxide into synthetic petroleum-based fuels.
Using a titanium dioxide gel, researchers make a battery that could one day allow electric cars to fuel up as fast as their gas-guzzling cousins.
The Aero-X hoverbike from Aerofex is slated for a commercial release in 2017 for just $85,000. Chump change, right?
The new XCAR long-termer continues to do its duty, but how does it stack up against its predecessors?
To allow an engine to function properly, and for it to be controlled, it needs an intake system. Intake systems for petrol engines, which should be designed to deliver a balanced flow of air to each cylinder in the engine, consist of several parts: the intake manifold, a fuel delivery system, a throttle assembly and an air filter.
For too long, Audi has dominated Le Mans. Peugeot gave up trying to beat the German giants, Toyota has tried and thus far failed. Porsche's been away from Le Mans for a while, but if there's any company that knows how to kick ass at la Sarthe, it's Porsche.
The Skoda Octavia is a great car -- it's spacious, good to drive and cheap. However, there is a way to improve it: power.
The Guangzhou Auto WitStar self-driving concept car attempts to demonstrate its safety with an onboard fish tank. Because no one would endanger goldfish, right?
The C-X75 is the Jaguar that should have become the firm's halo hypercar, but sadly, it was killed off before it could reach production. Thankfully, there are five prototypes still kicking about, and we had a 200 mph go in one.