While automakers make plans to pull production out of Australia, Carbon Revolution secures some jobs that might otherwise be lost.
Research Development: Materials
The new aluminum is more formidable than other automotive aluminums.
Having a nice steering wheel is key to a good driving experience.
Gorilla Glass is already used in the BMW i8.
Potent and infallible as it is, you have to admit: the Bugatti EB110 has a serious case of Subaru SVX-window going on.
Soon to show at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the tweaked 2016 Lexus GS has gained some meaningful updates.
Fifty years after dominating in the FIA World Sportscar Championship in its class, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe returns.
Back in my day, graffiti-makers were always the bad guys. Now, they’re respected artists, who paint superheroes on supercars.
It’s all smooth sailing until the heat from constant tire friction turns your interstate into a river of molten plastic.
Two German firms are attempting to exploit both the strength of carbon, and the cost-effectiveness of aluminum.
A bonkers display of cutting-edge pioneering, the “Blade” prototype could launch a car manufacture revolution.
Far from a “regular car,” the Audi R8 V10 is nonetheless under the scalpel of the absurd “Regular Cars” bloke.
At what point do we cross the line from car to go-kart? Do we even care?
Ten out of ten cows stand with PETA. But who would count their votes?