The scooters use swappable batteries to eliminate waiting for a charge.
- Autoblog Staff
- Feb 15, 2017
Tiny homes inspired by Military vehicles. Your next Doomsday survival expedition unit.
- Dec 29, 2016
Have phone, will park.
- Jul 26, 2016
Google Maps shows you the hot spots.
- Mar 24, 2016
Waze is now alerting drivers in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington when they approach historically dangerous intersections.
- Mar 21, 2016
It looks like the iPhone 5S, but it packs the more powerful A9 and M9 chips from Apple's current flagship, the iPhone 6S. And it'll fit in your cupholder.
- Feb 22, 2016
Visa unveiled an ambitious plan to revolutionize fuel payment.
- Danny King
- Mar 13, 2013
BMW i Ventures is investing an undisclosed amount in Life360, a tech company that specializes in creating apps that make it easier for family members to track each other down. When the i3 and i8 plug-in electric vehicles debut over the next couple years, the cars could play a role in connecting people.
- Noah Joseph
- Mar 30, 2011
With all the trinkets and gizmos we pack onto ourselves before we leave the house, do we really need a physical car key? Aston Martin clearly doesn't think so. The British purveyor of luxury GTs was among the first to replace the key ignition with a push-button. Then the company teamed up with its watchmaking partner Jaeger-LeCoultre to incorporate a transponder into branded timepieces designed to lock and unlock its cars. Now Aston is taking things one step further, and soliciting the services
- Noah Joseph
- Jan 25, 2011
You remember Vertu, don't you? The upmarket Nokia division makes a range of luxury mobile phones for the jet-setting crowd, and back a few years ago, they were cranking out what seemed like an endless stream of special editions connected in some manner or another to cars. Whether it was the automotive-grade construction or specific branding, the Ascent model in particular had an automotive theme to it.
- Michael Harley
- Oct 19, 2009
- Noah Joseph
- Aug 26, 2009
Gress Grand Monaco – Click above for high-res image gallery
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Jan 29, 2008
Perhaps this story has more to do with the proliferation of the Internet than it does about green car trends, but here we go anyway. We all know that you can check fueleconomy.gov to find out what the fuel mileage of current and past cars is or was. Anybody who carries an internet-capable cell phone in their pockets also knows that navigating sites which are not optimized for mobile browsers is rather difficult from the average phone or internet tablet without a full browser. With that in mind,
- Noah Joseph
- Dec 20, 2007
From its headquarters in Maranello, Ferrari has traditionally operated two divisions: one that makes exquisite road cars, and another that competes in motorsports. More recently, however, a third division has emerged, with the responsibility of conducting the company's ever-increasing marketing enterprise. The Global Branding Division itself seems to be following two tracks: licensing products as exclusive as the road cars and targeted towards their owners, and marketing merchandise to the Scude
- Dane Muldoon
- Mar 1, 2007
We've mentioned fuel cell manufacturer Quantum a few times recently in conjunction with their hydrogen storage systems being selected by General Motors for the fleet of fuel cell powered Equinoxes GM are building, plus via their supply of hydrogen fuel systems and storage to Ford for its Escape Hydrogen Hybrid.
- John Neff
- Aug 22, 2006
What you see here sprouted from the imagination of Dutch artist Kevin van Braak. It's a towable trailer that when opened reveals an elevated grassy park with wild flowers and a fire pit. Why on earth would anyone create this trailer park? Well, van Braak is one of those artsy types, and Inhabitat.com claims that he "aims to address cultural issues such as individuality vs. community, and the role of religion and ritual in group experience." That's cool and all, but we're thinking two of these in
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