A treasure trove of rare cars has been discovered after lying forgotten for almost 50 years.
The 1980s may have been a bit stylistically challenged, for the taste of some car aficionados. But not ALL was lost. Revisit the few cars that made a lasting dent in automotive history.
Next year's vehicles have Wi-Fi, touchscreens, geotagging, advanced security systems and more.
Ah, crash test dummies, those brave proto-humans that take all manner of abuse just to make their human counterparts safer on the road. With American obesity at historic levels, there is a new dummy on the way, one modeled on the heavier set.
The Vision G-Code's multi-voltaic silver finish converts sunlight into electricity.
Science puts one in the "win" column for women, with the news that they're better behind the wheel than their speeding, reckless male counterparts. Tara Long has the details.
Traveling by car can drive people to distraction, especially in these metropolises.
Atlanta's High Museum of Art will display 17 historical concept cars from Bugatti, Ferrari, GM and Porsche.
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