I can hear you guys thinking ‘what the hell is that’, well I guess you will know by the end of this article. Lets start with what car design is focused on: designing a car which is optimal in a certain situation. Most of the times this focus is speed, comfort or economy, or sometimes a combination of some of these…
When I’m retired, exoskeletons will probably be fully functional and affordable. Therefore I’ll be able to keep doing the things I love, like hiking and skiing, even if my body can’t. Win!
Andries van Overbeeke keeps on producing beautiful F1 concepts. After a take on Williams and Red Bull, he released his most extreme vision yet: a McLaren-Honda for they hypothetical 2019 rulebook.
After reading Patrick George's news that Cadillac won't be making a replacement for the ATS, CTS, or the XTS, I started thinking— something that only happens once in a very brief while.
The driverless car will improve traffic, make roadways safer, reduce fatalities, increase productivity and, one more thing, save people A LOT of money. Chances are, you'll first see those savings reflected in your Uber bill. Experts predict that you'll be able to buy a driverless car in the next five years, and Uber…
Ferrari 599 and Lexus LFA drift beaters?
Yes, we are getting so very close! Black boxes are absent in less than 10% of all new passenger vehicles. With the newest statistics suggesting that 96% of all automobiles manufactured for use in the United States have a black box as standard equipment, it's looking as if omnipotent safety is drawing ever…
It all started with this Moray Callum quote regarding self-driven cars
We all like to gawk over supercars and top-trim fancymobiles and wish for every kind of vehicle we desire to appear in a Leno-esque garage to which we have the keys. Then we succumb to the reality that Lamborghinis don't make the best daily drivers and thus buy a Focus or Golf. But really, how many vehicles would we…
This is what the average American will look like in the year 2050.
Is this the missing link between Knight Rider and those cars that shake the wheel when you drift out of your lane?
No need to get all fancy on me with bolded print or itemized info, just show me a car and why you think people are gonna regret not keeping them. My theory is, with 3-D Printing becoming easier and cheaper by the day and the aftermarket getting ever more clever, at some point we're just gonna throw out the rulebook on…
Fox's new sci-fi take on a cop show is set 35 years in the future, in 2048. There are many "futuristic" aspects to the show such as android police officers, bad-guy tech, etc. But what do the police drive? Current body-style Ford Fusions with different wheels:
You see this FR-S, the car that has brought back the cheap sports car formula every enthusiast loves? Well, would you still love it if the said formula was altered?
‘Classic car’ - what does that really mean? For me it's chrome, tailfins, white walled tires. But it’s also Shelby badges, 1980s turbo engines and anything with T-Tops.
I personally like the retro look of the Black and Gold livery of the Lotus F1 car. Obviously I dig the classic Scarlet RED Ferrari (which might have changed in tones a bit over the years). Here are some redesigns by Jeremy Hancox which he did for F1 Fanatic.
Sorry, I had to jump on the future fad. Nice wallpaper sized image though.
Edit: Did this show up as In The Future? I saw it appear at the scheduled time.