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The future of motoring – what will cars be like in 25 years?

How will the motoring landscape look 25 years from now? Will the combustion engine be dead? We look into the crystal ball to picture the future for cars and driving Relax: a quarter of a century from now, those of us who enjoy driving will still be turning the steeringRead More

Aston Martin RapidE Electric Car Will Be Co-Developed With Faraday Future Sibling

Performance brands haven’t always been excited about the transition to electric cars. Many seemed to fear a loss of power, terrified by the thought of producing stylish-but-pokey golf carts for the well-heeled. Then came Tesla, which showed everyone that electric cars could be very, very powerful, indeed. And après ça,Read More

Under the skin of the Toyota Mirai – drinking to the future

The hydrogen-fuelled Toyota Mirai emits nothing but pure water. We raise a glass to its success For a car like no other in production, the hydrogen fuel cell-powered Toyota Mirai – theoretically on sale for £60,000 but in reality impossibly limited by supply – feels reassuringly easy to drive. OnceRead More

DeLorean DMC-12 to go back to future production

News 28 Jan, 2016 US law change allows company to start producing 'new' DeLoreans for sale to the public Latest

Jeep Wrangler Pickup Confirmed: Future Rival To The Ford Ranger?

In the pickup market, toughness matters. So does rugged, iconic, like-no-other styling…such as that of the Jeep Wrangler. Well, then; what about a pickup truck based on the Jeep Wrangler? Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has been considering it for some time—actually for many years, if you consider the 2005 JeepRead More

5 Biggest Car Stories Of CES: Faraday Future, Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota, And One More Thing

In recent years, there’s been a growing overlap between the annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. In fact, some would argue that CES is more exciting than NAIAS because it features more concepts, more far-out, pie-in-the-sky, gee-whiz gadgetry. That’s probablyRead More

The interior of the future: screens, personalisation and shared experience

The CES show in Las Vegas has given us a preview of the car interiors of tomorrow, and they are digital, connected and encourage interaction between passengers Car interiors are the focus of much attention right now. We want cabins that are smarter, more luxurious and more jam-packed with technologyRead More

2016 Infiniti QX80, Faraday Future Concept, VW Budd-e Concept: What’s New @ The Car Connection

From The Car Connection: 2016 Infiniti QX80 Review The Infiniti QX SUV is full-size traditional body-on-frame SUV that competes at the high end of the market. Formerly known as the QX56, it offers seating for seven or eight and big V-8 power. While those kinds of mechanicals might no longerRead More

Faraday Future FFZERO1 – pictures

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Faraday Future reveals FFZERO1 concept at CES

Faraday Future’s first concept car, the FFZERO1, previews the firm’s upcoming production vehicles and features a 986bhp electric powertrain Faraday Future has revealed its first concept car, the FFZERO1, on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Though not destined for production, the FFZERO1 instead provides aRead More

How Will Auto Safety Ratings Change In The Future?

Car safety has evolved at a rapid pace—a pace that likely wouldn’t be what it is if it weren’t so carefully monitored by two major safety agencies in the U.S. They’re the federal government’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which oversees NCAP testing, and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety…Read More

Will cars be welcome in the cities of the future?

As cities continue to grow, cars need to radically evolve to remain a viable mode of transport A couple of months ago I found myself in Linz, Austria, with Mercedes-Benz. The company was demonstrating its F015 autonomous super-luxury car. The event at which Mercedes was displaying its futuristic concept wasRead More