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2022 Tokyo Auto Salon Promises VeilSide Toyota Supra, Mitsubishi Ralliart Concept

Here are a few of the highlights that will be on display next month at the Tokyo Auto Salon, which can be reasonably compared to the U.S. SEMA show because of its friendliness to those

Today is the eight-year anniversary of the death that triggered mobile phone detection cameras 

Eight years ago today, a cyclist was killed by a motorist believed to be have been using a mobile phone. His best mate then went on to invent camera technology to catch distracted drivers.  15:24,

Tesla faces investor lawsuit over Musk tweets on 10% stock sales

San Francisco — Tesla was hit by a lawsuit over CEO Elon Musk’s social media posts including his Twitter poll on stock sales that pulled down its stock prices. Tesla investor David Wagner called for

1972 BMW 3.0CS Looking Good, up for Auction on Bring a Trailer

We might need a word to describe looking at excellent classic cars on auction sites during a pandemic. Something like doomscrolling, but without the negative connotation. (Or maybe: Window Shopping.) For example, how about this

WayRay Holograktor Electric Concept Brings 3D Augmented Reality to the Car

A just-revealed electric concept car from Swiss “deep tech” company WayRay shows off 3D augmented reality as part of the car’s technology. The car is designed for ride-hailing—someday you may call up an Uber Holograktor

Shelby American Promises a Special Car Announcement on Dec. 15

Shelby American via Facebook Details are pretty much zilch for now about this teaser posted by Shelby American on social media, but that isn’t stopping speculation about what’s to come next month. All we know

Self-driving startups join EVs as next stock market obsession

Self-driving technology companies are the latest automotive stocks to become an obsession of retail traders, with firms like Aurora Innovation Inc. surging Friday on high volume. Aurora, which went public via special purpose acquisition company

People scoop up cash scattered across California freeway

We see this many, many, many, many times, and it always makes us wonder why armored cars, and the bags containing cash that are within them, are not more crash resistant: This morning on I-5

The 50-inch 4K TV of your dreams for only $248, plus more stellar Walmart deals

Autoblog may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. This month, 13 is a lucky number. That’s right, today we’re delivering a fresh batch

Dodge ‘Never Lift’ plan promises ‘Chief Donut Maker,’ big news every quarter

Dodge has announced sweeping plans to whet the gearhead appetite in a program called, cheekily, “Never Lift.” It promises a new product or enthusiast-related announcement every three months or less for the next two years,