Toyota has been making some very cool concept cars over the last few years. With the coolest of the concepts, auto enthusiasts always hope that the cars will eventually come to market. Toyota has unveiled its latest concept car at the 2014 Paris motor show and that concept is called the C-HR Concept.
Honda has quite the line-up at Paris' annual car show, including a new sports-minded Civic Type R. For this year's model, however, Honda has pulled out all the stops, calling it the most extreme Type R yet, substantially outpacing all its Type R predecessors, including the Civic, the the Integra, the Accord, and the NSX.
This week Elon Musk took to his Twitter account to tease the illustrious Tesla "D" and, more importantly, an event that will be taking place on October 9. As with any proper tease, there are no details to give us an idea about what to expect, but that hasn't stopped the mass of speculation from ramping up.
Welcome to your daily dose of virtual reality. Today you’re going to see Lexus make use of the Oculus Rift DK2 - still a developer kit, mind you - to show potential drivers what it’ll be like to drive a Lexus RC F. Virtual reality helmet and physical controls instead of on-track driving. How’s that for a compelling use of next-generation technology?
Pioneer has announced that its cool line of NEX in-dash receivers have a new trick with a firmware update available for the series that brings support for Apple CarPlay. Aftermarket audio manufacturers aren't the only companies that will be supporting CarPlay, a list of automakers who will be installing CarPlay from the factory was unveiled in July.
The illustrious Elon Musk is making headlines today again. After just landing a quote about putting people on Mars, the Tesla CEO has taken to Twitter to tease a certain "D" car. But more than that, he is also teasing that there will be something else as well once the fated October 9 date comes around.
NVIDIA's plans to get its Tegra chips inside cars have just born its first fruit. Honda has announced its new infotainment system called Honda Connect, making it the 19th car maker to incorporate an NVIDIA processor inside but also the first to add Android into the mix. Curiously, this isn't part of Google's Android Auto thrust.
It's clearly a day for luxurious sedans, and after Aston Martin's Lagonda for the 1-percent of the 1-percent comes Infiniti's Q80 Inspiration, a hint at the direction the company's next uber-four-door will take. Signaling - but not confirming, Infiniti is careful to point out - some of the themes the production Q80 will take as it attempts to challenge Mercedes-Benz's S-Class and BMW's 7 Series.