The entry for "privacy" in the Oxford English Dictionary may look the same as it always has, but our definition of the word is changing day by day.
Back in November, some motorists in Fort Worth, Texas had an unusual and unnerving experience: according to a report at NBC DFW, "Some drivers in North Fort Worth on Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a parking lot where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood."
The essence of the classic Mini Cooper is easy to define: it's endearingly small. What happens when you mess with the "small" part?
You’re looking at the first spy shots of a prototype for the second-generation Audi R8. The car has been developed alongside the new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, with which it shares a platform, though its release is still about a year away, which means we’re likely to see it list as a 2016 model.
Most of the cars that get turned into limousines make some sort of sense (Lincoln Town Cars)--or make so little sense, it comes full circle to at least be predictable (Hummers). But a 1966 Ford Mustang limo? Firmly in the nether regions of nonsense. But someone has done it.
2014 Chevrolet VoltEnlarge Photo
There's been very little news lately about the Chevrolet Volt range-extended electric car, and its sales in 2013 sales were stagnant.
How do you measure your gas mileage? Do you take mileage readings after each tank, refill to the brim, calculate how much you've used...and repeat at each fill-up? Or do you press the trip computer button a few times to bring up your tank average?
Tesla Motors recently announced plans for a battery "Gigafactory," which is to provide enough lithium-ion cells to allow it to build a projected 500,000 electric cars per year by 2020.