cars

Ferrari To Produce Its First SUV

According to News Monkey, a new model should double Ferrari's profit. Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Ferrari NV, said the company is going to bring its own SUV model to the auto market. Furthermore, Marchionne says the model that Ferrari launches in

Elon Musk Shows First Tesla Model 3 Production Unit

Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to confirm the production of "Unit 1" of Model 3 on Saturday night. According to reports, it was Ira Ehrenpreis, an investor of Tesla, who should have received this first car. But the company finally decided

Apple to Test Its Autonomous Cars on Real Roads

Last Friday, Apple was granted an official test permit by the California Department of Motor Vehicles that allows them to test autonomous driving tech in three 2015 Lexus RX 450h hybrid vehicles on California roads, according to Futurism. Apple’s autonomous vehicle project,

Tesla might have real competition soon—meet the Lucid Air

It's still surprising that Tesla has had the high-end electric car market to itself for all these years. The Model S has existed for nearly five years, and even today, potential rivals remain in the prototype stages. Porsche is going ahead with

12 Most Lust-Worthy Cars at the Geneva Motor Show 2017

And its auto show, one of the world’s most important, also doesn’t have to show allegiance to any other country. The annual Geneva International Motor Show isn’t about Italian flashiness, French quirkiness, or American muscle, according to Wired. It combines all those

Ford Mustang found in Mexican junkyard is from Steve McQueen’s movie ‘Bullitt,’ expert confirms

“I’m 100 percent sure it’s authentic,” classic Ford expert Kevin Marti told Fox News after travelling across the border to Mexicali to inspect the car last week. The car was discovered last year in Baja California Sur by a man named Hugo

Automatic emergency braking will be standard in most US cars by 2022

The National Highway Safety Transportation Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced today that 20 automakers have agreed to make automatic emergency braking (AEB) standard by September 1st, 2022, representing "more than 99 percent" of the US auto