The 2015 BMW X5 M seems to defy physics with its performance technology, letting it take turns at tremendous speed, but the sports focus of this SUV takes away some of its practicality.
The military is testing $40,000 handheld surveillance drones that latch onto utility belts.
BMW and partner Inrix to debut a feature to help drivers find on-street parking spots.
At Google I/O, Audi demonstrated its implementation of Google's car software. Its new Q7 uses Audi's standard MMI controller to mirror useful features from an Android phone.
The Diamond Armor suit is encrusted with gems, repels bullets and stains, and has on-board air conditioning. A good thing, because the $3.2 million price tag will get some sweating.
BMW upholds the performance tradition of its M line even in its largest SUV, giving the X5 M big power and track-worthy handling.
Australian automaker Holden, a division of GM, offers the Calais-V Sportwagon, a comfortable and capable car for road trips.
CNET takes a long drive from Sydney to Melbourne in a Holden, Australia's home-country car brand, encountering deep sand and kangaroos on the way.
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With its smartphone roots, Android Auto may appear to be made of touchscreens, but Audi's implementation in the all new Q7 SUV will rely on the standard indirect controller situated on the console.
At a press preview event in San Francisco, Chevrolet demonstrated both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and promised implementations in 10 of its models.