2016 Tech Of The Year Award
For 2016, we've split the award into two categories, one honoring a specific technology and the other going to a tech-filled car. Find out who won.
Autoblog Honors Apple CarPlay and the Tesla Model S with their 2016 Technology of the Year Awards at 2016 NAIAS in Detroit. Show full PR text Autoblog Unveils their Technology of the Year Awards DETROIT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Autoblog, one of the leading automotive digital properties, announced their 2016 Technology of the Year Awards at The North American International Auto Show today. The awards honor both the best indi
Volkswagen's MIB II is one of our Technology of the Year finalists. The Modular Infotainment Platform enters a new generation with smartphone integration.
Smart offers an easy solution for accessing smartphone data right in the car. It's called the CrossConnect App, and it's a simple but effective bit of tech.
Think of Volvo's Sensus infotainment system as taking a tablet experience and planting it right into the center console.
With Android Auto, it's possible to harness the power of your Google-powered smartphone and use it in your car in a way that doesn't distract the driver.
Apple-minded consumers will appreciate the straightforward approach with which CarPlay brings their iPhones to life on the vehicle's touchscreen.
Audi's Virtual Cockpit, in essence, ditches the center screen and places all that information in the gauge cluster.
We take a look at one of the finalists for our 2016 Tech of the Year awards: the 2016 Chevy Volt.
Tesla's 7.0 update and the available Ludicrous Speed package mark two very big (and different) updates for the electric wonder-sedan.
The 2016 BMW 7 Series is a finalist for our Technology of the Year award.
Great news! Autoblog is the official webcast partner for the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. We'll be presenting our annual Technology of the Year Award at the show, too.
We demonstrate Autopilot on the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D during our Tech of the Year award testing. Autopilot enables self-driving in some situations by using onboard cameras, radar and 360-degree sonar to evaluate traffic and road conditions. In our experience, Autopilot still has a few bugs to work out.
Here are the finalists for Autoblog's 2016 Technology of the Year award. Autoblog's Chris McGraw reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Autoblog executive producer Adam Morath, AutoblogGreen editor-in-chief Sebastian Blanco, and Autoblog senior editor Alex Kierstein.
Here are the finalists for the 2016 Autoblog Technology of the Year award. This year, we're awarding both the best individual technology and entire car, and the winners will be announced at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show in January.