A British team called "You Gotham Be Kidding Me" built this life-size Lego Batmobile for the Red Bull soapbox race in London this weekend, complete with giant fins, connecting nubbins, and matching costumes.
The Colorado Department of Transportation recently tested a traffic blimp over Denver to keep a high-altitude eye on interstates in the Mile-High City. The device is tethered to the ground, but officials get a much more complete view of what's happening on the road.
English is becoming the official language for Honda's interregional communications by 2020, and the ability to speak it is required to become management. The change is a further sign of the company's transition into a more global automaker.
If you ever wanted to perfectly recreate one of Top Gear's road trip challenges, an infographic is now showing just how much that would cost. It's absolutely not cheap, but you could probably find some places to cut corners in the real world.
This year's CarMD repair cost survey puts Washington D.C. at the top of the list for the most expensive repairs in the country. On the opposite end, in just a few years, Wyoming has gone from the nation's most costly to the cheapest.
The trolley problem is a thought experiment that puts a person in a lose-lose situation and forces them to react. The same concept is being applied to autonomous vehicles to help determine how they should react in an accident.
Porsche sits at the top of the J.D. Power Initial Quality Survey for the third consecutive year. However, the big improvement comes from the Korean brands, especially Kia. The average number of reported problems is also down compared to 2014.