Car Tech Live 174: Tesla reveals its secret sauce to the Model S (podcast) Video
We drive the Chevy Volt--yep the real one. The Nissan Leaf is open to anyone to preorder. Smart airbags may not be so smart. And we'll find out why mobile TV in your car may not be that easy to receive.
Nissan slams the Volt as being a cousin to the leaf blower, a new app keeps its eye on the accidents ahead, is loaning out your car the next big thing? And we drive the Mini Cooper S Countryman.
This is an image of a new KFC sandwich called the Double Down. If you can't tell, it puts a twist on the classic sandwich and replaces the bread bun with two boneless white-meat chicken fillets (your choice of Original Recipe or grilled) hugging two slices of bacon, Monterey Jack AND pepper jack cheese, topped off with the Colonel's own "secret recipe sauce." Coronary artery bypass graft on the side, please.
On a recent visit to Tesla Motors, Molly Wood checks out the tech behind the Model S car and takes a turn in the driver's seat.
The Tesla Roadster is real. How does it shoulder all the hype?
Tesla hits us with an orgy of new cars, Spotify heads into Ford dashboards, a new superfast wireless to rock cars soon and we drive the 2012 VW Jetta GLI.
Driving the real Nissan Leaf in the real world, backup cameras coming to every car in the U.S.? Nice revamp for mobile Google Maps, and we're gonna' miss the Chevy Aveo. (Just kidding.)
After delays and technical snags, Tesla Motors is getting its first car on the road. At company headquarters in San Carlos, Calif., CEO Ze'ev Drori and Chairman Elon Musk tell CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos about some of Tesla's celebrity customers, as well as future, cheaper models coming in the next few years.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reveals a secret feature of the Intel SSD 730 Series that makes it such as pleasure to look at. And that's a good thing since the drive is slated to last for a very long time.