Volvo and GM are the first automakers to pair their vehicles with a new service from Amazon that lets owners have their packages delivered inside their cars, without them having to be there.
One of the great things about technology is – with the exception of Apple products – consumers get more for their money every year. For example, the first 1GB USB drive I bought in 2005 cost me $30. Today you can get 10 for that price, delivered to your door thanks to Amazon. The same goes for car tech.
Celebrities will still be a part of the show, but instead of dying on the way there, they may die while attempting to drive half of a car.
Untold stories and previously unseen footage of his exploits.
It will be available in the U.S., U.K. and Germany.
A great way to prepare for the 24-hour race.
The mini series follows along with Porsche, Audi, and Toyota.
Hyundai offers three free years of Blue Link services on the 2017 Ioniq and all 2018 models.
Idea being tested in Seattle, but it sounds great to us.
Engadget shakes down the new Zero Touch with Alexa support.
Your phone, home, and car will all be connected in the Internet of Things.
Inrix is developing an Alexa virtual assistant for carmakers. Who will use the system is an open question right now.
Beach buggies, beautiful scenery, and about 30 unnecessary minutes.
The Grand Tour's producer thinks the beach buggy is "terrible", and the boys try to prove him wrong.
Amazon is hoping releasing episode one will bring in even more fans of fast cars and inappropriate anatomical jokes.
The Grand Tour is at its best when the cars are the stars, and episode six is almost all about the vehicles.