Chinese automaker Byton will unveil its first EV at CES 2018. Byton's main focus is to promote their product as a smart device instead of a simple vehicle. Will Byton break barriers in the automotive world or will it run out of juice before breaking ground? For more coverage of CS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/tag/ces+2018/
Nissan's new take on semi-autonomous driving will allow drivers to steer the car, accelerate, and stop with just the use of their brain waves. Nissan claims the system will allow the driver to have a better interaction with the vehicle. Nissan is set to debut its headgear at CES in 2018. For more coverage of CES 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/tag/ces+2018/
Oh, and there's a 6.0-liter V8 under the hood.
Collectors are even scouring Google Earth for rusting versions that can command north of $100,000 fully restored.
Makes you forget about the old Cadillac ELR.
South Korean auto companies believe that Washington will also seek to increase the 25,000-vehicle per U.S. automaker threshold for U.S. car shipments to South Korea.
With a manual transmission, all-wheel-drive, and a straight-five engine, this is an exquisitely German 1980s wagon. After 31 years of service, it has retired in Colorado.
Toyota's hybrid sales continue to decline, while Ford's, Honda's level off
Illegal off-roading isn't good, kids.
It's setting up a wireless network in big cities, on highways
It might be the coolest thing ever on an Avalon.
It's a way to move faster in mobility technology