If you're still a fan of a dedicated GPS, don't miss this list.
Huzzah! You'll no longer need to watch your iPhone in the cupholder.
Here's a quick checklist of infotainment functions to test and questions to ask when new-car shopping.
Today, Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla's new navigation system should be rolling out this weekend. He cautioned that it won't be fully finished, calling it a "mature beta" but promised that it would "improve rapidly." Rather than making small improvements to the existing system, the company has chosen to fully overhaul the maps system, called "Tesla Maps".
It's called the Mercedes-Benz User Experience, or MBUX, and it'll go into new 2018 A-Class cars.
That route may save you eight minutes, but it'll cost you $200.
AAA recommends locking out some functions while driving.
It's a "different roadmap" from Uber or Lyft.
Not quite an iPad, but more than ever before.
Blubel is a bike bell and navigation system in one neat little package.
The company just completely redesigned its iOS and Android Traffic apps, adding machine learning features, calendar integration and more.
Waze is now alerting drivers in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington when they approach historically dangerous intersections.
Nearly five months after Waze rolled out its 4.0 update to iOS users, the service is finally doing the same for Android.