If it came to be known that Google was working on futuristic, Minority Report–style gesture controls for cars, would you even bat an eye? Get ready to keep those eyelids snapped open, because it turns
Several months ago, Chevrolet surprised us by claiming the seven-speed manual version of its 2014 Corvette Stingray could achieve up to 30 miles per gallon when driven in Eco mode. The car's official rating
China’s auto market is far and away the biggest in the world. It’s not just Buicks or Chinese made models like the Chery QQ entry level that are appearing on Chinese streets these days. It’s also the names
In attempt to visualize the claim that the McLaren P1 is, "The most aerodynamically advanced car in the world," the Woking, UK firm has put out a video called Designed by Air to show how the stuff we interacts
Just a few months ago, fan safety at racetracks was a hot topic following the last-lap NASCAR Nationwide Series crash at Daytona that sent large pieces of racecars into the grandstands injuring 33 fans.
On the track and on the autobahn, BMW is testing the face-lifted M5, which will be launched this summer as a 2014 model. It will continue to be offered with its 560-hp, twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8, but there
With over 15 locations in California, and plans to expand into Miami, Vegas, New York City by 2014, Umami Burger is all about bringing the fifth flavor to the quick-service burger. Umami Burger's CEO founder
Chefs know a good burger and that's why on this very last day of Burger Week, Eater has reached out to chefs across the country — and abroad — for their burger recommendations. Some of them love a burger
Cargill comes in at number one for the fifth consecutive year with revenues of $133.9 billion. It’s the same companies as 2011, just in a slightly different order. The one exception is TransMontaigne.
As with the other new or redesigned vehicles the editors of WardsAuto cited for having the best interiors for 2013, the Acura RDX compact crossover SUV’s cabin received high marks in several criteria,
Here we are at the 24 Hours of LeMons’s first visit to Monticello Motor Club, where 120 or so teams and their alleged race cars ran the gauntlet of our grueling inspection regimen. We saw a lot of old