CES 2020: Uber and Hyundai Created a Flying Electric Taxi (That Sort of Looks Like a 1940s Bomber)

Last year Uber announced that Melbourne would be the first Australian city to to get the company's flying ride sharing service - Uber Air. Read More >>

We Took Hyundai’s Different Driving Test and Failed Miserably

Judging by the high level of appalling drivers on our stupidly busy roads could regular re-testing be a means of keeping people up to speed on evolving rules and regulations? After all, bad habits creep in over time and it’d certainly be a great way to keep people on their toes. It’d definitely be a solid revenue earner too, but perhaps more importantly it might make our vehicle-choked roads a little more bearable if everyone tried that little bit harder behind the wheel. Read More >>

Jeremy Clarkson Still Hates Electric Cars

Some absolute idiot at Hyundai thought it might be a good idea to lend Jeremy Clarkson a Kona Electric. That's the Kona ELECTRIC, the carmaker's brand new – uh-oh! – electric car. It's a pure EV too, none of this halfway house hybrid nonsense to bail Jeremy out when he engineers a low battery scenario for comic effect. Read More >>

Hyundai’s New Transportation Exoskeleton is Less Iron Man and More Aliens

Hyundai is developing an exoskeleton that it hopes will eventually become a transportation device. The future will look less like Iron Man, and more like Aliens. Read More >>

Android Auto Preview: It’s Not Perfect, But You Want It

I was really excited when Google announced Android Auto last year. I spend a lot of time driving, and it sounded way safer and more convenient than sticking my phone to the dash. Eleven months later, I finally got to take it for a spin. The TL;DR version? I want it in my car, like, now. I bet you’d like it too. Read More >>

Now You Can Test Drive Android Auto

The first wave of truly connected cars has arrived. Android Auto is now available on its first integrated vehicle, the 2015 Hyundai Sonata. As you head to your local dealership to test drive it, you can practise talking to your car on the way: “Ok, Google...” Read More >>

Hyundai Gets in on the Watch is Your Car Keys Thing

Great news, everyone. They've finally found a reason for smartwatches to exist -- using them as your car keys to save literally fractions of a second each day. With the thrilling possibility that your whole car won't work when the battery is, inevitably, dead, because it didn't go on the charger properly last night. Read More >>

The Coolest Demonstration of Self-Driving Cars I’ve Ever Seen

If Volvo had to appeal to Van Damme's epic split to sell more trucks, Hyundai just released this insane self-driving demonstration to try to sell its vehicles: A group of stuntmen jump from the roof of moving cars leaving them on their own. It's impressive to see the cars driving and braking without a driver. Read More >>

Hyundai is Working on a Car That Slows Down When it Sees Speed Cameras

God knows we should all be driving slower, but we're only human. Even the threat of a fine can't stop us. So to counteract this self-destructive streak of ours, Hyundai is working on a car that automatically slows itself down in the face of speed cameras. Read More >>

Google is Taking Android to the Car With Audi, GM, Honda and Hyundai

Google has just announced that it's joining forces with Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia to create the Open Automotive Alliance. In other words, it's planning to take Android to the automobile. Read More >>

Hyundai’s Suicide Advert Was Never Going to End Well

Hyundai's had to pull an advert and profusely apologise for belittling the sensitive subject of car-assisted suicide. Yeah, OK, your car doesn't spit out many fumes, but really? Who in their right mind thought that was a good idea? Read More >>

An Inflatable Cowboy-and-Horse Costume Is Your Perfect-Outfit-For-a-Jog Deal of the Day

Today’s top offer isn’t a piece of white-hot, state-of-the-art technology but it’s guaranteed to turn heads just as much as the new iPad or one of those portable 3D TVs on wheels that you can attach to your waist and watch as you walk. Read More >>