There are lots ways to die. There are also lots of people on Planet Earth tracking when and how people die. Two of those people -- Michael Sivak and Brandon Schoettle -- have compiled much of that data to show us where folks are most prone to die on the road.
Ten years ago, many folks thought that we'd all be telecommuting by now, working from home and seeing the world from the comfort of our virtual reality pods.
After hitting the auto show scene several years ago with a prototype of a brand new supercar called the ST1, Danish startup Zenvo finally presented the production version in late 2013 at the Dubai Motor Show. For those unfamiliar with Zenvo, the company is aiming to become the next great independent supercar brand, following the likes of Koenigsegg and Pagani, and their first product is a mid-engine supercar packing 1,104 horsepower and 1,054 pound-feet of torque.
From the creator of the V-12 powered Vulca S and the deliciously retro Antas V8 GT comes a brand new supercar, the Evantra. The company behind the car is Mazzanti, an Italian coachbuilder formerly known as Faralli and Mazzanti, whose CEO and founder Luca Mazzanti explains in the video above how the project was born.
The Smart Forfour is set to make its return, and a prototype of the vehicle has been spotted for the first time. The car is a four-door version of the upcoming third-generation Smart Fortwo and both cars should be revealed later this year, most likely at the 2014 Paris Auto Show in October.
2015 Ford Focus
Ford's global 'One Ford' policy means that fewer and fewer cars in the manufacturer's range are sold in just one market--they need to be viable worldwide to be viable as a whole. That's why you can buy Fiestas in the U.S, while Fusions and Mustangs will soon be on sale in Europe.
Hyundai has revealed official images of its Intrado fuel cell concept, due at this year's Geneva Motor Show in early March.
As expected, the 2014 BMW i3 electric car has been awarded its "white sticker," the coveted permission to drive in High-Occupancy Vehicle lanes with only one occupant on California's crowded freeways.