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The Smart Assistant learns from you to anticipate your needs while driving

We've heard a lot about how smarter cars will help to make highways safer, using self-driving technologies to eliminate human distraction and error from roadways. Eventually, drivers will be free to browse the internet, send text messages, video chat and more. In the meantime, such distracted behaviors continue to pose a grave risk. Jaguar Land Rover's Smart Assistant is designed to minimize that risk, by learning your behaviors and taking care of non-driving tasks that could otherwise absorb your attention.  Read More

Team March takes the track

Three weeks ago, the famed Goodwood House estate hosted its annual Festival of Speed. In a couple of months, noteworthy personalities and vehicles like the new Ant-Kahn Barchetta will descend on the UK motoring destination for the Goodwood Revival. In between those staple events, Goodwood has been keeping its asphalt hot with less famous events like this week's Greenpower IET Formula Goblin. Rolls-Royce sponsored a local team of primary schoolers, developing an "ultra luxury" electric go-kart for the event.  Read More

The Revolver GT44 is designed to be a seaworthy grand tourer

Boats posing as sporty, four-wheeled coupes and roadsters is a theme we've been seeing all year in designs like the Frauscher 858 Fantom and Reversys Boat. As its name suggests, the Revolver 44GT aims at being a speedy but comfortable grand tourer of the seas. Its sports car-inspired design and seamless convertible hard-top make it the most sports car-like boat we've seen.  Read More

The Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Coupe

It's not an easy feat packing near-supercar levels of V12 power and performance into a car as luxurious as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. With the help of AMG, Mercedes has done just that with the S65 AMG line. The latest member of that family, the 621-hp S65 AMG Coupe, finds a throne atop the S-Class coupe range, squaring up against the likes of the 626-bhp Bentley Continental GT Speed.  Read More

The Housetrike combines transportation, cargo hauling and shelter

While not nearly as popular or diverse as motor vehicle camping trailers, pedal-powered campers like the Midget Bushtrekka provide another form of mobile shelter. Not to be confused with the Tricycle House, the Housetrike is a pedal camper with a unique form. It looks like a basic cargo trike at first, but extends into a lockable sleeper for one.  Read More

Rendering of the Ant-Kahn barchetta

Two automotive minds have joined forces to form the latest British specialty automotive brand. Afzal Kahn and Ant Anstead have each made some interesting contributions to the automotive world, and together they plan to recreate some of the iconic vehicles of UK history.  Read More

On the road in the EEXP (Photo: Exploring Elements)

XPCamper, builder of one of our favorite campers of 2013, is back with an interesting new design. It drops a pop roof composite cube atop a truck chassis, freeing up room for toy hauling. The XPCube is optimized for taking your boats, bikes and boards as far out there as you want to go.  Read More

The new V-Class Marco Polo is built for travel and exploration

At last year's Düsseldorf Caravan Salon, Mercedes showed several camper vans, including the Viano-based Marco Polo. Since that time, it's introduced the all-new V-Class, and it's applied the Marco Polo camper conversion to its latest MPV for this year's Düsseldorf show.  Read More

The 88 Florida makes use of a new Convertible Top system to provide both open and closed c...

Shipyards have become quite consumed with engineering new ways of opening up the roofs on seafaring vessels. A few years' time has given us the vanishing enclosure of the Reversys and the folding top on the Oronero. Now, we have an 88-ft (26-m) Florida yacht boasting its own innovative Convertible Top system.  Read More

The GoGlove is built to be a versatile, all-season wireless accessory

BearTek makes a set of wireless ski gloves that we found to be one of the best winter gadgets of 2014. Now that winter's over in the Northern Hemisphere, though, BearTek gloves are left collecting dust in the closet. The GoGlove offers similar capabilities rolled into all-season gloves and wristbands.  Read More

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