They're coming. Sooner than you might image: hydrogen-powered cars. But, wait, hydrogen? The stuff that blew up the Hindenburg? If we crash while driving one, won't we be driving little tiny Hindenburgs? Trace separates fact from premature freak-out.
Hydrogen makes up 75% of the universe, so it's everywhere, and in a lot of things besides water. While fueling your car with hydrogen might sound weird, it's not THAT weird, as Trace explains. Could this be the year hydrogen cars hit the open road?
An ultra-lightweight vehicle will built around a 3D-printed skeleton frame.
If you treat your car a bit like a person and admire its aggressive, cool or cute face, you're not crazy. Thanks to a phenomenon known as pareidolia, we see faces in our cars, which pleases car companies to no end.
In a Google + post, the company said its first fully functional vehicle is ready for testing.
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.
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