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Photographer Freddy Fabris pays homage to some Renaissance Masters in his series of portraits.

Cardok is an underground parking system from Switzerland designed to store cars underground.

Bulldog takes 2,000 gallons water and foam where you need it to go. By Howe & Howe this 4x4 fire truck gets the job done. Equipped with emergency sirens.

Worlds first wrist Controlled smart toy car. Ultigesture wristband uses pre-defined gestures to control the car. Find out more on Ultigesture's kickstarter page.

Bruder Expedition EX-P might just be the ultimate off-road camper trailer. It's designed and built in Australia and can fit almost any vehicle. Sleeps up to 6 people and features a full kitchen and bathroom.

Project Hero is the new Land Rover Discovery that features world-first drone tech created to help Red Cross save lives.

This Nissan concept is the car your dog would buy.

UPS has begun testing residential delivery drones with the aim at improving delivery efficiency. Drones fly autonomously and can carry packages up to 10 lbs.

Toyota's 'Window to the World' concept makes car windows interactive.

The Beauer 3X, a caravan that unfolds to triple its initial surface. Closed, it is only slightly larger than a trailer.

Ford Ranger spied right here in America.

Drive.Ai shows off its AI software in fully autonomous rainy night drive.

Dubai to test autonomous passenger drone.

Graviky Labs is turning air pollution into useable ink.

Ford Expedition goes aluminum and gets bigger for 2018.

Spy video shows the Supra cold weather and snow testing.

Ford SmartLink adds Wi-Fi connectivity to most Ford and Lincoln models from 2010-2016.

Ford GT is the automaker's fastest production car ever. The 216 MPH Ford GT put up a better lap time at Calabogie Motorsports Park in Ontario, Canada than the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the McLaren 675LT.

Vanda Electrics set to debut Dendrobium hypercar at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

U.S. Army Research Lab successfully demoed it's JTARV electric quadcopter. Has potential to provide fast and autonomous relief for soldiers on the battlefield.

MIT website examines moral dilemmas facing driverless cars.

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