Does your car know who’s driving it? It may do in the future – as Ford is working on technology that can recognise your face.
Just to prove it really does take all sorts, you can in fact actually buy a Car Mechanic Simulator computer game. Which is out now as the 2014 version, no less.
Renault has reclaimed the Nurburgring lap record for front-wheel drive cars with a new limited edition Renaultsport Megane RS 275 Trophy-R.
Renault has reclaimed the Nurburgring lap record for front-wheel drive cars with a new limited edition Renaultsport Megane RS 275 Trophy-R. This 275hp lightweight special scorched to a new best time of 7 minutes 54.36 seconds, usefully outpacing the SEAT Leon Cupra 280’s recent 7 minutes 58.4 [...]
Lotus has announced a new Exige S special edition to commemorate the number of Lotus grand prix victories in Formula 1. The Exige S LF1, as the new model is called, comes only in black with gold and red details – and will be limited to just [...]
Government ministers have admitted that the current rules of the roadas laid out in the Highway Code, will be inadequate when a new generation of cars which drive themselves arrive in the near future. Science minister David Willetts told the Daily Mail that he is in talks [...]
The SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) has released the new car registration data for May 2014, and revealed that the UK new car market is officially experiencing its longest period of growth since records began. Sales in May were up 7.7% compared to 2013 – [...]
Rally driver Mark Higgins has once again broken the Isle of Man TT lap record for a car, driving the latest Subaru WRX STI. The new time of 19 minutes 26 seconds was achieved using a production version of the 15 Model Year Subaru WRX STI, beating the [...]
Digital Radio UK has delved into CAP and SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) data, and found that DAB is now standard equipment on more new cars than analogue-only radio. As of April 2014, 55% of all new cars come with DAB digital radio as standard. [...]
Three-time Le Mans 24 Hours race champion Allan McNish has told us that technology first trialled at the world famous endurance event often makes it on to road cars – and this year’s big thing will be laser lights. Speaking ahead of Le Mans 2014, McNish said [...]