1988 Ford Crown Victoria Country Squire LX Video
The 2006 Nissan Pathfinder is a solid performer that offers drivers and front passengers a plenitude of cabin comfort and technology without venturing in the realm of the luxurious. Rear passengers, however, will find the back seats a squeeze.
As the Crown Vic fades out, Ford calls on Taurus and Edge to wear the light bar.
Donald and Eric discuss the latest innovations in head-mounted technology, including animatronic cat heads. Also, the future has your organic honey needs taken care of, and Eric runs through Geek News highlights, including the 3D technology behind The Hobbit and a Victoria's Secret nod to comic book geeks.
As an inexpensive people mover, the 2007 Kia Rondo EX wagon is pretty capable, although passengers will have to content themselves with a good audio experience for entertainment and drivers will have to rely on maps for directions.
Ford's Lincoln MKR concept combines luxury styling with green thinking. Get a first look in this video from the 2007 Detroit Auto Show.
The 2011 Toyota Sienna Limited offers comfort and entertainment for rear-seat passengers, and a reasonably tech-filled driving experience, with some limitations.
Mercedes beats Ford to Pandora streaming, OnStar wants to make its service free (sort of), a smart car seat for kids, and we take a run in the 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8.
Buckle your seatbelt, make sure your seats are upright, and power off all electronics. That last part could soon be changing. The FAA is on the verge of easing its restrictions on when passengers can use their tablets, e-readers, iPods, and smartphones. CNET's Sumi Das explains how planes and technology have changed, alleviating safety concerns and putting pressure on the FAA to update its ban.
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Ford discusses the carmaker's new app development program with its new AppLink API. Ford also announced new compatible apps with its Ford Sync platform, including the Wall Street Journal, Rhapsody, and USA Today.
At CES 2012, CNET's Brian Cooley talks with Ford CTO Paul Mascarenas about how Ford is implementing technology in its vehicles and about the future of in-car systems.