If you've ever played a racing game with a specialized steering wheel, chances are you've experienced haptic feedback when hitting an object, another vehicle, or veering off the side of the road.
German automaker Porsche is responsible for some of the most iconic sports cars ever designed, including the venerable 911 and other notable vehicles for both the street and the racetrack.
For many years, major auto shows attendees could count on seeing new hybrid or electric vehicles being heavily marketed.
For innumerable decades, drivers have attempted to set their vehicles apart from the rest by customizing their ride with everything from wheels to paint.
There are several states and various industry heavyweights that envision an autonomous future for automobiles.
When it comes to exotic sports cars, the name Ferrari certainly comes to mind for most auto enthusiasts. Indeed, the auto manufacturer has always been about speed - building some of the fastest vehicles in history.
There are several companies putting a lot of money and time into developing technology for automated vehicles.
GM has confirmed that it will be leaning on some of its European expertise to develop the diesel engine that will power the Cruze when it hits US roads in in 2013.
Carmakers should disable built-in electronic devices while the vehicle's in motion, under new proposals from transportation secretary Ray LaHood.
BMW has released a number of new images showcasing its latest M model, the sleek 2013 M6.
Ford has officially rolled out its sleek 2013 Shelby GT500 convertible at the Chicago Auto Show.
GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.
As the number of electronic systems used in cars increases, McAfee is warning that they're becoming increasingly vulnerable to hackers.
Pixar has made some of the greatest animated genre films ever, and this weekend the famous studio offered a glimpse into the future at D23.
Two security researchers from iSec Partners have shown at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas they can unlock a Subaru Outback and actually start the engine - all remotely.
The Obama administration has clinched an agreement with 13 major automakers to increase fuel economy to 54.5 miles per gallon for cars and light-duty trucks by 2025.
German researchers have used drivers' brain signals, for the first time, to assist in braking, providing much quicker reaction times, they say.
Ford is adding its Sync AppLink software to ten new vehicles in 2012. The platform allows a driver to "sync" a smartphone with his or her car for a hands-free, voice navigation experience.
A Detroit inventor has found a way to make steel seven percent stronger than any steel on record, offering the promise of lighter, thinner car bodies and stronger armored vehicles.
Ford is using Google's Prediction API to try and predict driver behavior and optimize performance.