From CNET Magazine: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could be the biggest safety breakthrough since seat belts, air bags and antilock brakes. Are you ready?
Within a year, you could be ordering a self-driving car from the Lyft app. Google and Apple also rev up autonomous-car plans, according to reports.
We have recalls galore, the latest rumors on the supposed Apple Car and a new BMW update that'll make it easier than ever to record your track day antics.
Join a group of expert panelists and moderator Tim Stevens for a look at what's to come from future in-car connectivity.
CES is open for business in Las Vegas and the news is coming fast. CNET breaks down what you need to know.
If you've been waiting for Tesla to release an affordable, practical EV, stop, because Chevrolet is about to beat them to the punch.
GM comes to CES 2016 with a keynote speech by CEO Mary Barra, introducing the all-new Bolt electric vehicle.
The automaker ponies up $500 million as it and the ride-sharing startup look toward a future of on-demand cars that don't need anyone behind the steering wheel.
The automaker's latest foray into alternative transportation is a ride-share app for its Shanghai-based workers.
Some very hardcore testing will determine whether or not fuel cells are viable for Chevrolet's mid-size pickup.
Buick's next-generation flagship packs a whole bunch of technology and comfort into an offering that looks right at home alongside more expensive vehicles.
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