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Using the Internet of Things of course.

It features two normal driving modes and two autonomous driving modes.


And yes, we think it looks like a GT-R, too.

This thing just looks plain nuts.


The car was designed for Hybrid Kinetic Group.


We see what Ford, Toyota, and Faraday Future brought to the show.

On this Translogic, we take the Consumer Electronics Show by storm.


Money can buy a truck, but it can't buy taste.

Assault is a crime. Sorry Chevrolet Colorado. You didn't deserve this.


The automaker debuted three new cars in Detroit.

The automaker is also planning a research and development facility in the US.


The concept very strongly hints at packing Infiniti's variable compression engine.


Nissan reveals the Vmotion 2.0 concept at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, showcasing the future of the automaker's sedan design and Intelligent Mobility plans.


My, what a big grille you have.

It pairs what passes for a coupe-ish roofline with full-size SUV underpinnings. It's brash, for sure.

Honda's Riding Assist Motorcycle uses robotics technology for self-leveling capabilities, meaning the bike can balance itself without gyroscopes.


The motorcycle shares tech with the Uni-Cub.

Other tech includes augmented displays developed with DreamWorks Animation.


It's called the BMW i Inside Future sculpture, which almost explains what it is.


Millennials: They're just like us!

Spoiler alert: The best package for flexible hauling of people and cargo is still a minivan.


It's an STI Sport, not a full-blown STI. Sorry, guys.

The BRZ STI Sport Concept debuts alongside a similar number based on the WRX S4.

We recap the year in auto show debuts, highlighting the important new stuff from Chevy, Nissan, Mazda, and others in 2016.


We still think buttons work just fine.

Gesture Control gets really futuristic.

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