2011 Geneva Motor Show
As we're seeing with cars like the 2011 Ford Fiesta, small size no longer means a small specification list. The 2012 Toyota Yaris will be no different. The car has just been launched in Europe and more details have been revealed about what toys you can expect to have in Toyota's smallest model. The biggest news is the inclusion of Toyota's Touch & Go infotainment system, marking a significant step up for in-car entertainment. Touch & Go features a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, through which you can control navigation systems, a backup camera for easy parking and mobile apps. You'll...
2011 Geneva Motor Show: Technology And Design At Swiss Show
The Geneva Motor Show is one of the top auto shows each year for new cars, concepts and car technology, and 2011 was no exception. Under the shining lights and amongst the glamorous girls were some pretty hot ideas and cool technology, so here we've chosen our favorite gadgets, details and tech...Antony Ingram
Hyundai's New Nav System Asks: Do You Want The Shortest Route Or The Greenest?
Today's navigation systems are great at finding the shortest route between Point A and Point B. Some even integrate traffic data to identify alternate paths if the shortest one is congested. But Hyundai's newest navigation platform will also tell you which route is the greenest, keeping CO2 out of...Richard Read
Watch: 2012 Volvo V60 Plug-In Hybrid Comes With A Smartphone App
Just yesterday, our colleagues at All Cars Electric gave readers a sneak-peek of the 2012 Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid, an intriguing new wagon that promises to earn up to 745 miles on a fully charged battery and a full tank of diesel. But of course, no high tech ride would be complete without the...Richard Read