Bridgestone has been in the tire making business for a long time. The company already makes run-flat tires that can go for a short time with no air inside, but mostly it makes normal tires that use air inside to operate.
When I was still a kid, I imagined that cars of the future would eventually have such advanced features that would allow them to fly, park themselves, or transform into vehicles that could travel not only in land, but also in water.
Looking for a fun gift for that kid who loves toy cars? If they’re into Hot Wheels, your kid might just like to have this alarm clock by their bedside. The Hot Wheels alarm clock can wake you with beeping, radio or the only real reason you’d buy this – engine sounds.
Sometimes when we think that technology is marching forward, it isn’t as a big of a deal as we thought and you find out that someone has had the technology for years already. Take the Chevy Volt for instance.
I am a car guy, I take my car to lots of different racing events, and often I record the event with my GoPro camera that sticks to the windshield. My son is a little car guy and he collects how wheels cars.
I am a big fan of cars and stuff made from LEGO. Though if I was going to make a gigantic life size replica of a Ford vehicle, it wouldn’t be the new Explorer. I would opt for the Mustang, a Raptor truck, or maybe the Ford GT.
I’ve yet to meet a Tata or two that I didn’t think were interesting in one way or another. You could consider me a Tata connoisseur. There is one thing that will turn many people off to looking at Tatas though, and that is if your Tata is encrusted.
Car makers want the latest and greatest technology in their cars. That includes not just what’s under the hood, but what’s in the dashboard as well. That means making cars friendly for your phones, tablets and more.
There are few cars quite as iconic as the late 1970s Pontiac Trans Am Black Bandit, complete with gold eagle wing hood details and a T-Top. As it was the car that Burt Reynolds drove in Smokey and the Bandit, it was certainly the chick magnet back in the day.
I guess it’s true that money can buy almost everything but happiness. You can buy a $92,000 frog-inspired watch, a bejeweled pen that’s priced at close to a million, and an 11-foot iOS dock with a price tag of around half a million dollars.
Most of us have our game consoles right next to our TVs, near the rest of our gear because we don’t have many other options. If you want the freedom to put it anywhere you like, including the car, MountMe has launched a new console mount that allows you to do just that.