cars
This Isn’t Just Any Contraflow on the M8

The government is said to be thinking about bringing a weird US roadside sponsorship system to the UK, in which stretches of motorway are sponsored by big businesses in return for some of their advertising money. Read More >>

cars
Aston Martin Will Convert its Classics to Electric – Then Convert Them Back Again if You Want

Aston Martin has joined a few other classic carmakers in offering to convert its ageing motors to electric power, but it's going a step further in also offering to convert them back again should the driver suffer from too extreme a case of range anxiety or decide it's best sold on in original engined condition. Read More >>

cars
The In-Car Air Purifier That Promises to Save You From Stale Farts and NO2

Are you fussed about the quality of the air you breathe in? Plenty of us are and, if you’re a city dweller then streets that are being strangled by a relentless onslaught of cars, vans and trucks doesn’t help matters. Breathing in a daily dose of exhaust fumes, brake dust and assorted other airborne detritus ain’t great. And, even inside the car we’re not immune from exposure to this grubby toxic cocktail, which is the reason why we now have a gizmo like airbubbl. Read More >>

cars
Model 3s Could Hit the Left-Hand Parts of Europe by February

Elon Musk has said something normal and sensible and not about what Wi-Fi speeds his geodesic Mars pod is going to be enjoying, updating the Tesla fans of the world about plans for his cheaper Model 3 electric car in Europe. Read More >>

cars
Kia is Bringing the e-Niro First Edition, and its 282 Mile Range, to the UK Next April

Like a lot of car companies Kia has seen that there's a lot of good that can come out of electric cars. It has for a while now, since there are fully electric cars available, but there's a new one coming next year. It's already available in other parts of the world in a different form, but Kia is bringing the new e-Niro to the UK next April. Dubbed the e-Niro First Edition, it's designed to offer superior range to other electric vehicles, as well as plenty of room for all the stuff you might need a car for. Read More >>

social media
DriveTribe Switches to Modern Financial Salvation of Pimping User Data

DriveTribe, the social network endorsed by the former Top Gear entertainment triumvirate of May, Hammond and Clarkson, is to start firing out car insurance reminders to its users, as it tries to find a way of making a bit of money from its army of men who like listing and rating all the cars they've had. Read More >>

cars
VW is Going to Help Install 2,500 EV Chargers in Tesco Car Parks

It's 2018, electric cars are a thing, and they're affordable. But some people don't like that the charging points aren't as common as the common petrol station. Especially since it take more than five minutes to re-energise the car. But plenty of work has been done to improve the state of car-charging infrastructure, even if none of it seems to have affected Jeremy Clarkson, and the latest move will see 2,500 of the things hit Tesco car parks up and down the country. Read More >>

the grand tour
Finally! It’s The Grand Tour Season 3 Trailer

The trailer for season 3 of The Grand Tour is out, and we are hyped. Read More >>

technology
The Police of the Future Were Going to Soar Over Traffic to Save Lives

In the 1950s and 60s, people were fascinated by the idea of flying cars and jetpacks that would let people soar above the traffic. But it wasn’t just the average commuter who was supposed to benefit from these space-age technologies. Emergency responders like police and ambulances were going to take to the skies to help save lives, like in this illustration from legendary retro-future artist Frank Tinsley. Read More >>

health
Humans Do Stuff When Cars Are Kicked Out of High Streets

Transport for London has conducted some research that shows everything Transport for London has been doing recently was a great idea, which is quite fortunate for everyone concerned at Transport for London. Read More >>

cars
Follow the Range Rovers of the Future, They Know When the Lights are Changing

This idea has the ring of something that would have been demonstrated on Tomorrow's World in 1983 inside an Austin Montego, but Jaguar Land Rover seems to think it's new and only possible thanks to today's connectivity options. It foresees a time in the future when the Jags and the Range Rovers are able to tell their drivers how fast to go in order to hit the next set of traffic lights bang on green. Bang on. A life changer for men with suit jackets hanging in the back. Read More >>

cars
Spain to Ban the Sale of All Non-Electric Cars by 2040

Spain is wasting no time. The country plans to dramatically decarbonise its economy by 2050, and that includes banning a lot of cars, according to a draft law the Ministry for Ecological Transition published Tuesday. Read More >>

transport
You’re Totally Going to Bone in Self-Driving Cars, Scientists Predict

If humans are dependable for anything, it’s discovering new ways to get horny over new tech. And according to a new report, self-driving will really get people riled up. Read More >>

flying cars
Oh Hell Yeah, The Flying Car is Almost Here (Not)

Have you heard the good news? The flying car is almost here! At least that’s what so many news sites have been telling me this month. Take, for instance, this recent article from Auto Week about Terrafugia—a company that’s been promising to deliver a flying car for over a decade now—headlined, “Your Flying Car Is Ready to Order.” Let’s break this down, line by line: Read More >>

transport
Waymo’s Automous Cars Are Coming to US Roads—Without Human Safety Operators

Drivers in the US state of California might want to watch out—Alphabet-owned autonomous vehicle firm Waymo won the right from the California DMV yesterday to deploy its cars to the cities of Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, and Palo Alto, without the characteristic human safety operators that have been a hallmark of AV testing. Read More >>