Host Jonathon Buckley heads to Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show to experience the next generation of automotive technology.
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We curate the week's events with a focus on the Consumer Electronics Show. Plus, news and analysis on what's going on in the car business.
Believe it or not, Tesla didn't have an official presence at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. But that doesn't mean Tesla didn't rock the show anyway.
Volkswagen wanted to show off its wireless CarPlay functionality at CES, but Apple blocked the automaker from doing so. Bummer.
The company claims it will offer these systems to customers around the world at affordable prices in major markets like the US, Europe, Japan, and China.
Audi blends more screens into Virtual Cockpit to create Virtual Dashboard, its next interior concept. Watch for it in new models soon.
MIT's Persuasive Electric Vehicle wants you to rethink what you know about battery-powered, self-driving bicycles. If you had thoughts about them already.
Bentley arrived at CES this year with the limited-edition Continental GT V8 S you see here, decked out by Mulliner and fitted with a custom 3,400-watt Monster audio system.
Aston Martin and its Chinese infotainment partner Letv came to Las Vegas for CES this year with a Rapide S packed with oversized displays and other goodies.
In a survey of 10,000 respondents, Volvo found that the overwhelming majority still want the ability to drive their car even if it's capable of driving itself.