Latest Autos News
- Google, Delphi Driverless Cars Reported In Near Collision In Mountain View; Google Denies Report Two driverless cars, operated by Google and Delphi nearly collided earlier this week in Mountain View.
- Ford Launches Ride-Sharing Program For Customers To Rent Their Vehicles Ford is following the ride-sharing craze, launching its own pilot program in six U.S. cities and in London.
- 'TowIt' App Publicly Shames Drivers Of Badly Parked Cars A new app lets annoyed cyclists or drivers harness the power of crowdsourcing to report illegally parked cars.
- Why Driverless Cars Both Excite & Terrify Automotive Futurists Technology analysts who monitor Silicon Valley for a living have a bit of advice: fasten your seat belts. Driverless cars are coming your way. They're ahead of schedule - -and may soon be for sale.
- Self-Driving Google Cars Ready To Hit South Bay Streets This Summer The latest version of Google's self-driving car — a pod-like two-seater that needs no gas pedal or steering wheel — will make its debut on public roads this summer, a significant step in the technology giant's mission to have driverless cars...
- $6,800 Car Gets 84 Miles Per Gallon, But It's Missing One Thing A car that gets 84 miles per gallon and costs just $6800, yet is made in America might be the solution to every Bay Area road warrior's problems, and it is on its way soon according to Elio Motors.
- Redwood City Car Wash Does The Job With Just 1 Cup Of Water During California Drought A Redwood City car wash is taking water conservation during California’s drought, cleaning cars with just one cup of water.
- World's First Self-Driving 18-Wheeler Truck Debuts In Nevada There's been much talk about self-driving cars that could soon be coming to showrooms. Now, self-driving trucks could soon be rolling down the freeways.
- Oakland May Day Protests Marred By Vandalism To Businesses, Cars On Auto Row A May Day protest and march through the streets of Downtown Oakland turned violent Friday evening, with some businesses and cars being vandalized.
- Mobile App Linked To Traffic Signals Unveiled In Walnut Creek Walnut Creek has unveiled a mobile app for drivers that is tied into the city’s traffic lights, providing drivers with audible cues on how long before the lights will change.