One of the biggest concerns with electric vehicles is whether they’ll be able to hold enough juice to get you from A to B. But what if we didn’t have to worry, because we could charge our cars on the highway? England will soon be pilot-testing tech that could lead to EV charging lanes.
Sneaky spy shots of BMW's carbon-fiber hybrid car have surfaced from Scandinavia's icy plains, showing a lean profile and superb handling in tough conditions. That'll come in handy for Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible character, who is due to drive it in The Ghost Protocol.
If clothes can be made by 3D printers, it only figures that cars can be, too. The same company that teamed up with HP for their "affordable" 3D printer has made the world's first 3D-printed car, Urbee.
We jumped inside a Mercedes F800 last week—the car that will offer three flavors of fuel as soon as 2012. Mercedes says that the future is a three-lane highway, with cars running on gas, electricity, and hydrogen.
Last week, CNN expertly told us why the Microsoft Zune sucks (hint: it doesn't get e-mail—wtf? neither does my ball point pen...) and this week they show us some of the hottest technologies to be on the lookout for. You see, this is what happens when reporters try to go beyond their beat. Up next, us here at Gizmodo…