What will the AVs of the future really look like?…Smart Cone Challenge tops the bill at MotorWorld Sydney…Next-Gen GPS heading in the right direction?…Some quirky ideas for making up for the past with a present…

Autonomous vehicles will revolutionise automotive transport. Yes, there are some serious moral issues to overcome, but it will certainly mean a much safer and radically different form of transport. Mike Antich, editor and associate publisher of the US Automotive Fleet Magazine, takes a stab at how AVs might develop in the future. My fleet-specific thought…

Feel the wind in your hair with a ’digital companion’ and BMW’s futuristic great escape machine…A very special bit of rubber for a very special piece of metal…Shannons out to trump Donald in making America great again…

As part of its vision for the next 100 years (ha! ha!) BMW has already given us a self-driving Rolls-Royce, a sports car with a flexible body and an electric Mini. Now it’s the turn of the two-wheelers in the form of the a self-balancing motorcycle and some very special rider’s gear that does not…

Gravel Trap: Motorsport in a post Brexit Britain…What autonomous vehicles can learn from the horse and cart…Visionary Roller reaches end of the line….and lots, lots more…

Racecar Engineering’s Sam Collins* takes a critical look (is there any other in the British press) at the UK residents’ decision to exit the European Union. In England since one day in June there has been a very common topic of conversation: What does Brexit really mean? And, in our world specifically: What does Brexit mean for…

BMWi3 gets the thumbs up from New Atlas…Tesla becomes a ‘collectible’ alongside Liberace’s gold plated Chevy…Daimler to develop smart pixel ‘bendy’ beam…

Atlas’ (formerly gizmag) editor in chief Noel McKeegan recently visited Melbourne where he got to test drive the upgraded BMWi3 and having lived here before, there was something quite familiar about piloting the new i3 through the busy streets of Melbourne ... and it wasn't just the scenery. This is essentially the same car that we drove back in…

Paris MS light on pizzaz but heavy on concepts

It may not have been as spectacular event as some of the past exhibitions, but what this year’s Paris Motor Show may have lacked in pizzazz, it more than made up for when it came to concepts. The life blood of most motor shows, these usually never to be seen again ‘ideas’, or visions of…

VW leaves a bad smell in Federal Court…1167 kilometre in the Quantino nanoflow concept!…New Discovery revealed brick-by-brick…Prop store auction almost beats the precious metal revheads

 We all know that large global companies often consider that they are a law unto themselves, but the recent action of the German head office of Volkswagen in claiming that it does not recognise the Australian Federal Court's jurisdiction is absolutely astonishingly. Asserting that it did not have to participate in the court proceedings brought…

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