What's changed in the newest Honda Accord, which nation's cars are the best to crash in and the amazing gall of the VW diesel tech scandal.
At next month's Tokyo Motor Show, Honda will show its next-gen fuel-cell car, which will go head-to-head with Toyota's Mirai. It will also show an autonomous mobility concept and new motorcycles.
The American automaker details what cars will receive the Google software update and when.
AeroVelo's Eta shatters the record for human-powered vehicles with a run topping out at 85.71 mph, a full 2.5 mph faster than the previous record.
The ride-hailing company partners with the University of Arizona to boost its mapping and safety technology, leading to more speculation about self-driving cars.
A long time ago, in a film studio far, far away, a ragtag alliance of unknown extras donned alien masks to shoot a low-budget sci-fi movie. New documentary "Elstree 1976" tells their stories -- CNET met its director, Jon Spira.
The recall follows an instance in which security researchers were able to take control of a connected car via the Internet.
With 350 horsepower on tap, the 2016 Ford Focus RS will be much more powerful than its competitors.
NASA developed the MRV (Modular Robotic Vehicle), a go-kart-esque vehicle that's massively entertaining to watch in motion. With four independently functioning wheels, a zero-degree turn radius and some serious drifting capabilities, we're dying to take it for a (literal) spin.
On today's show, Ashley and Khail explain why NASA's MRV is putting the "fun" in function, how Microsoft wants to change gesture tech with its Handpose innovation and what the deal is with Google's new wireless service, Google Fi. #TDMRV