car

Electric Car Gold Rush: The Auto Industry Charges Into China

For all these reasons, Ouyang says, “I think the United States is not the best application” for electric cars.Now—globally, but above all in China—VW is attempting to shift from builder merely of the people’s car to builder of the people’s electric car.

Car reviews | Auto Express

We test the Kia Ceed SW against the Renault Megane Sport Tourer and Skoda Octavia Estate Mitsubishi L200 Road tests New Mitsubishi L200 2019 review 16 Aug, 2019 While pick-ups become more luxurious, we find out if the rugged new Mitsubishi L200 can become a segment leader Kia Niro Road tests New Kia Niro Hybrid 2019 review 16 Aug, 2019 The Kia Niro Hybrid has been treated to a mid-life refresh, but have the updates made it better than ever?Lamborghini Huracan Road tests New Lamborghini Huracan Evo 2019 review 15 Aug, 2019 We drive the new Lamborghini Huracan Evo in the UK to see if the added theatre makes it the best Huracan ever Mercedes G-Class Long-term tests Long-term test review: Mercedes-AMG G 63 15 Aug, 2019 Final report: our Mercedes-AMG G 63 SUV kept stealing the limelight and we will miss it dearly Ford Fiesta Road tests New Ford Fiesta ST M225 2019 review 14 Aug, 2019 Mountune has once again worked its magic on the Ford Fiesta ST, but is the new 222bhp M225 worth the extra cash?

Google attacks Windows by comparing it to a broken-down car

News
Google attacks Windows by comparing it to a broken-down car













(Image credit: Google)


The fight between the big tech companies can sometimes be vicious, and in a new advert for its Chromebook laptops, Google takes a sly dig at Microsoft’s rival operating system Windows 10, by comparing it to an old car that’s falling apart.How to run Android apps on your ChromebookGoogle Fuchsia release date, news and rumorsWhat is a Google Chromebook?

Moshi SnapTo Magnetic Car Mount with Wireless Charging review: Stylish, reliable, but incomplete

By



Contributor,















PCWorld |



PT

































































































Moshi



























































Today's Best Tech Deals
Picked by PCWorld's Editors
























































































Top Deals On Great Products
Picked by Techconnect's Editors






























































































































































Moshi SnapTo Magnetic Car Mount with Wireless Charging











































































































































































There’s a lot to like about the $60 Moshi SnapTo car mount with wireless charging.Note: This review is part of our roundup of wireless charging pads.

The Moody Blues’ John Lodge: “My first Precision bass cost £115 - you could buy a car for £300 or a house for £950 back then”

News
Bass
The Moody Blues’ John Lodge: “My first Precision bass cost £115 - you could buy a car for £300 or a house for £950 back then”













(Image credit: Future)


The great John Lodge, now 73, is still as productive today as he was when he first came to bass players’ notice with the Moody Blues in 1966.”Do you recall your first bass guitar?

2020 BMW M4 Cabriolet spied – our first look at the next-gen M-car

The next BMW M4 has been spied undergoing testing before its public reveal some time in 2020.In the X3 M, power is rated at 503bhp in Competition form, a figure we suspect will be retained in the next M4.

Car of the Year 2019: Tesla Model 3 | New Car Awards 2019: the winners

With the Model 3, Tesla has proved that it can listen to feedback, return to the drawing board and innovate.That’s because, along with Supercharging capability, the Model 3 accepts CCS rapid charging.

Glitch sends flying race car soaring hundreds of feet at launch event

News
Glitch sends flying race car soaring hundreds of feet at launch event



Image credit: TechRadar
(Image credit: Future)


A technical glitch during a flying car demonstration sent an unmanned craft soaring hundreds of feet into the sky at Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, UK.The car was a two-thirds scale model of the Airspeeder Mark II – a quadcopter designed for low-altitude racing at an average height of four meters.

If you uld drive any of the Goodwood FoS new car reveals up the hill, which would it be?

Advertisement





Contact us


Dennis Publishing Editorial Offices
31-32 Alfred Place,
London, WC1E 7DP
+44(0)20 3890 3890

Connect with us


Facebook
Twitter
Google+
YouTube







Subscriptions


To manage an existing subscription, please visit Manage My Mags or visit our subscription FAQ page.To subscribe, or for other enquiries, please contact us here




Useful links


Home
Reviews
News
Videos
Features
Tech
Magazine
Cars for sale
Contact us
About us
Company Website
Feeds
Privacy Policy
Cookie Policy
Authors
Sitemap
evo community
Privacy Preferences




Our Websites


Auto Express
Carbuyer
Buyacar






© Copyright Dennis Publishing Limited.

Keyless car crime: what are brands doing to stop it?

• How to avoid keyless theftNobody can blame car manufacturers for criminal activity, but fixes for keyless vulnerabilities are available.Some keyless systems can be deactivated.

Bentley breaks production car Pikes Peak rerd with ntinental GT

The record was set with the new Continental GT W12 sporting only light modifications such as a safety roll-cage and racing seats and harnesses.Such is the rate of improvement in Bentley’s new Continental GT, Millen was able to smash this record with the help of its 626bhp twin-turbocharged W12 engine.

Car security: how to keep your car and driveway protected

With car crime increasing, car security is more important than ever before.The modern car crook doesn’t use a crowbar or screwdriver, and isn’t stealing for fun.

'Keeping your new car's attractive alloy wheels scuff-free isn't that hard - is it?'

I hate kerbed wheels.’
‘I get it,’ she said, ‘you don’t like kerbed wheels.

iOttie iTap 2 Wireless review: A car mount and wireless charger in one

An indicator light at the top-left corner of the iTap 2 charging pad turns green while your phone is charging.The Galaxy S9 took, on average, 2 hours and 45 minutes to fully charge when placed on the iTap 2.

Why You Still Shouldn't Panic About Car Hacking

The Good Guys
Miller and Valasek's methodology is a marathon, not a sprint.After first finding the one small vulnerability point that allows them to tap into a Uconnect-equipped car's electronics, it took the duo months of arduous coding to develop the code that lets them rewrite the firmware and take over the car's driving controls.

Is Chinese electric car mpany Nio about to beat Tesla at its game?

Four hundred and eighty-seven: the number of electric car companies in China.‘We are more than just a car company, it’s about how you live and work too.

New Honda e electric car: reservations open ahead of 2020 release date

The all-electric Honda e electric car is now available to pre-order in the UK with a refundable reservation fee of £800.• 2019 Geneva Motor Show coverageThe Honda e concept, which debuted at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, is “98 per cent” the finished model.

Best car leasing deals 2019: Save money today

There are more and more options for those wanting to lease, so we've rounded up the best car leasing deals available.In addition to the cheaper monthly payments, car leasing often includes many other benefits, including car tax, breakdown cover, car maintenance and tyre repair and replacement.

Waymo, Lyft Take on Uber with Rides in Self-Driving Car

Google’s self-driving car spinoff, Waymo, is teaming up with Lyft in Arizona to attempt to lure passengers away from ride-hailing market leader Uber.The alliance announced Tuesday will allow anyone with the Lyft app in the Phoenix area to summon one of the 10 self-driving Waymo cars that will join the ride-hailing service by end of September.

'Tesla needs to cement its place as THE electric car maker'

After what has seemed like an eternity, this week we’re finally able to deliver a first UK verdict on the eagerly anticipated Tesla Model 3.That’s quite an achievement.