Built-in nav can be pricey, but buy this app and a cable, and your Honda can have something just as good that runs off your phone.
We'd all love to have Google Earth in the car—and viewed safely from the central display. Right now, the only way to get it is through a pricey optional package on Audi cars. But it sure is fun.
Hand over the keys with fewer qualms. Ford MyKey lets parents set speed limits and other controls to help teen drivers stay safe.
Massive snow tires aside, this car’s secret weapon is the Selec-Terrain button, which tunes the drive to your road conditions.
Can your car play Titanfall? Dual HDMI ports and dual displays mean this one can.
If you can print your own, scalable model of an NSX or another concept car, could a spare door handle be far behind? We hope not.
A bevy of new security features will lock down your SUV. Including motion detectors!
The $21,700 Chrysler 200 will have adaptive cruise control, lane-departure intervention, and other great safety features once reserved for cars costing twice as much.
Let the streaming begin! One of the first GM models equipped with OnStar 4G LTE, this luxury coupe promises connectivity speeds of up to 20Mbps in the city. Apps will load much faster, and passengers will be able to share a hotspot.
Ford has pulled out all of the stops to make sure the upcoming 2015 F-150 truck is safer -- and smarter.
Let the spoiling begin! The MyLincoln Mobile app lets you schedule engine starts and climate control. Also, the car can detect when you're approaching and shine a 'welcome mat' in a tasteful color at the door.
Performance Data Recorder captures your driving sessions in audio, video and telemetry overlays for easy analysis.
If a smartphone can connect to a Galaxy Gear watch, why not a car? Samsung just might be thinking about that.
The new Online Entertainment system will integrate with major streaming music providers. BMW's own ConnectedDrive app can read Facebook and Twitter updates as well as provide car status. You'll be able to use either your phone or the car's own connectivity to download the data.
In addition to the Google feature, the luxury vehicle will be the first to use a next-gen version of BlueLink, the company’s telematics platform that connects to your smartphone over Bluetooth.
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