LAS VEGAS — When researchers remotely hacked a Jeep Cherokee in 2015, slowing it to a crawl in the middle of a U.S. highway, the portal the hackers used was an infotainment system made by supplier Harman
Here's a look at our most important stories for the week ending Sept. 21, 2019. Happy Saturday, Roadshow readers -- it's time for our weekly recap. This week featured a number of important reviews, like
As Ford prepares to launch its thermonuclear attack in the pony-car wars with the forthcoming 760-hp Shelby GT500, the company also has rearmed and retrained the lowest ranks of the 2020 Mustang corps.
Kia's latest entrant in the competitive mid-size-SUV segment–the handsome Telluride–is proving quite popular. According to a new report from Cox Automotive, it appears to be luring moneyed buyers to the
The Nintendo Switch was innovative as all heck when it was released, allowing you to jump between playing in your living room, on the bus, and in your friend's living room without interruption. Turns people
A Tesla owner on the early access program got the new Tesla V10 update and released a demonstration of his 40-minute commute on three freeways in Los Angeles, which was achieved without driver intervention.
There are a lot of eyes on Tesla Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai as pictures of Model 3 bodies going down the line are leaking on Chinese social media. Tesla Gigafactory 3 is about to become the first electric
As more and more electric cars go on sale, here's a look at every one you can buy in 2020 and how far it'll go on a single charge. Electric cars are becoming an increasingly common sight on American roads.
We’ve known for a while now that Tesla’s new Roadster is not a “priority,” but CEO Elon Musk has now made it clear that it won’t come until 2021. Once it will be here though, Musk claims it will break
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters marched in front of Frankfurt's IAA car show on Saturday to demand a swift end to combustion engines and a shift to environmentally friendly vehicles as Chancellor
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Parked side-by-side, two cars tell a story of automotive history. On the left, one of Nissan’s earliest attempts at performance, a 1962 Fairlady Sports. It has a 59-horsepower 1200cc engine but looks a