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The Russian made Sherp ATV is an all-terrain vehicle that can even “drive” on water. It has an aluminum body with tubeless low-pressure tires that easily climb obstacles. The Sherp ATV was designed to tackle the rough terrain found in Russia’s Kola Peninsula.

This video shows off Volvo Trucks' automatic emergency braking system. The system alerts the driver of a collision risk and brakes automatically if necessary. The system can cut a truck's speed from 49 - 0 mph in about 131 feet.

Three sounds appropriate for various situations.

It isn't replacing jail time or fines, but its an interesting idea.

The hotly anticipated game nears its fall release.

Development is in the final stages.

Some seven years after production of the SC 430 ended, a coupe/convertible prospect has the benefit of both hindsight and nostalgia.

A video series about the history of cars.

Jeep culture is a tight-knit community of passionate enthusiasts with plenty of interesting stories and traditions, like the Jeep Wave. But how did the Jeep Wave start? Episode 2 of The Exposition takes a look at some of the theories behind the origin of this unique driving ritual.

The improbable ascent of the attainable exotic.

The more things change, they say. But that flat-six is still way out back, and that's all right with us.

The report said the costs of renewable power will continue to fall.

A great way to prepare for the 24-hour race.

TOKYO - Japanese robotics maker ZMP Inc has partnered with a taxi operator in Tokyo, as part of its plans to launch a self-driving taxi in the city in time for the 2020 Olympics, CEO Hisashi Taniguchi said on Thursday. Japan's taxi industry, faced with a labor crunch due to an aging population, has been looking at new technologies to drive growth. The sector may also have to deal with more competition in the future if the government allows ride-sharing services such as Uber to operate across th

Freeway ramp panhandlers are a hot topic.

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