Good news for Apple Maps haters
Each trim also gets a few new goodies.
Huzzah! You'll no longer need to watch your iPhone in the cupholder.
Lexus gave us a good preview of the new ES luxury sedan ahead of its Beijing reveal, and now we get to see the real thing. Visually, it's pretty typical Lexus fare. It has the ever-controversial "spindle" grille up front with either form-following slats on standard models, or a sportier mesh on the new F Sport trim, a first for the model. It's about 2 inches, give or take a few tenths, longer both in overall length and wheel base and wider than the previous model. The F Sport also adds a rear sp
It's actually cheaper over the course of a three- or four-year lease than BMW's current $300 charge.
It's a surprise it's taken this long to reach the aftermarket.
Going up against Spotify or Apple Music is no small task.
Yes, Mobvoi is the smartwatch maker.
Fewer taps required to switch apps, and Siri will tell you if your car doors are locked.
Even if your car isn't on the list of vehicles that support CarPlay, you may have options.
This will force you to put your phone down when you're behind the wheel.
Apple continues to dip its toes in the water of the transportation world. In this case, a toe is one billion dollars and the pool is Chinese ride-hailing.
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 individual technology feature in a vehicle as well as the vehicle that showcases