Here's everything you need to know about the Apple Car, including rumors, leaks, release date, and more.
Bloomberg reports the all-electric self-driving Apple Car has started development, but could be at least five years away
A new Apple Car leak has revealed a 2024 production target for Apple’s self-driving car, along with its “next level” battery.
The beta version of the next iOS update includes the option to unlock and start a car with a shareable pass stored in the Apple Wallet app.
The Echo Auto lets you bring Alexa to your car. For a limited time, Amazon has it on sale for just $29.
BMW's i3 Urban Suite concept previews what a commute designed entirely around your comfort might feel like in an autonomous future.
This webOS-powered vehicle recognizes your face, senses your movements and entertains the crap out of you.
Sony's CES press conference ends with the surprise appearance of an electric car prototype Sony built to show off how its components can aid car makers.
A partnership between Hyundai and Uber Elevate gives us a clue about public transportation in a connected future.
Qualcomm's new autonomous-driving processing platform aims to do for cars what Snapdragon processors did for phones.
You'll still have to wait at the pump, but at least payment will be less painful, thanks to a new partnership Amazon has launched with ExxonMobil.
Arcimoto believes its FUV should be the future of personal mobility. It's sure fun to drive — even if it’s a bit intimidating in New York traffic.
The FordPass smartphone app still lets a rental-car customer control a vehicle five months after it was returned.
Apple could be making a self-driving car, but when might it arrive and how would it be different than Tesla's offerings? Here's what you need to know.
Tesla’s entry-level Model 3 luxury sedan starts at $39,900. Here's everything you should know if you're interested in buying one.
Starting this summer, Google will add a new interface with a more intuitive user interface to its Android Auto experience.
The 2020 Sonata packs more style and technology than Hyundai's bread-and-butter midsize sedan ever has.
In the future, you’ll be able to communicate with your BMW simply by pointing and talking. Here's a closer look at BMW's Natural Interaction initiative.