Before we’re all in cars that just drive themselves, you may find yourself using road trains: groups of cars that let you take your hands off the wheel when you’re on the highway.
Check out these photos of the newest super-fast, super-sexy addition to the world of electric cars.
Are you driving an SUV? At one Boston lot, it’s going to cost you a lot extra to park.
Why have engines be silent when you can have them play the most ridiculous soundtrack ever?
Can power companies handle every car owner plugging in at the same time? Probably not, but new software will let the company figure out which cars need charging most so that everyone is powered up by morning.
Hydrogen cars aren’t taking off because hydrogen is hard to make and put in cars. But there is a lot of the gas in our waste treatment plants, and one in California will now let you fill up. Have they opened the door to a hydrogen economy?
People are deathly afraid of their EVs running out of juice. The only way we’ll stop that is when there are chargers everywhere. If cities build that infrastructure, the EVs will come.
You think your Prius’s gas mileage is impressive? One of these cars gets more than 2,000 miles to the gallon.
It’s the most porous material known to man, which means it would be perfect for storing hydrogen, or for keeping CO2 from factories out of the air. Meet the metal organic framework.
Want to get across town fast? Try a quick ride on one of Scoot’s scooters, soon to be available for rent around the city.