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The New Honda E Offers a Dynamic Performance with Cutting-Edge Technology

Published on 01/27/2020 @ 10 AM EST

The new Honda E is an all-electric version with a water-cooled battery system to optimize range, in high and low temperatures. The simple flowing design focuses on details and only what is essential.

Hyundai’s Flying Taxi Looks Way Bigger in Reality

Published on 01/08/2020 @ 8 AM EST

The four-passenger mock-up vehicle comes in a huge size and seems like a visible air-transportation system. The redundant propellers make this future flying taxi a promising entry of Hyundai in the air-transportation industry.

Mercedes Unveiled an Avatar-Inspired Concept Car

Published on 01/07/2020 @ 6 AM EST

The Mercedes-Benz AVTR (advance vision transportation) shares its name with Avatar and is one of the concept cars announced by the brand at CES 2020. From having biometric sensors and no steering wheel, this concept car features a bunch of gesture control features and so much more.

Lamborghini and Rivian Will Now Have Amazon Alexa in Their Cars

Published on 01/06/2020 @ 10 AM EST

The new luxury cars to join the Amazon Alexa compatibility league are Lamborghini and Rivian. While Lamborghini is bringing Alexa to its Huracán Evo, Rivian will integrate Alexa into its first two all-electric vehicles, the R1S SUV and R1T pickup truck. It will also be integrated into its 100,000 all-electric Amazon delivery vans.

BMW Android Auto Integration Coming in 2020

Published on 12/12/2019 @ 6 AM EST

On Wednesday (Dec 11, 2019), BMW announced that the integration of Android Auto into its cars will start in July 2020. In fact, this will be a wireless Android Auto system that offers Google’s smartphone-powered in-car infotainment option without requiring owners to plug in.

Ferrari hybrid supercar to debut this month

Published on 05/12/2019 @ 1 AM EST

With only reports to rely on, the supercar will have a V8 engine. Ferrari’s CEO says it’s a “top-of-the-line hybrid with supercar performance and a true beauty.” This is the second of five cars total that will be debuting in 2019 from Ferrari.