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Some of the big V8s and curvy American bodies on display at this year's North American Int...

One of the themes of this year's North American International Auto Show that we noticed enough to call it a small trend was the prominence of the American super sports car. From established icons, to luxury muscle cars and from muscled-up green cars to radical boutiques, there were a lot of big V8s and curvy American bodies in Detroit.  Read More

Nissan at NAIAS 2014

Nissan turned some heads with its fiery-orange Sport Sedan Concept at the North American International Auto Show this week. Previewing a sporty production sedan largely thought to be the next-generation Maxima, the concept shows a bolder future for the Nissan four-door. The SSC was surrounded by several other intriguing concepts and prototypes on Nissan's podium, including two distinctive small sedans and an autonomous research vehicle.  Read More

Garmin's vivofit fitness bracelet

With the new vívofit, Garmin is rolling performance-tracking into a package that's significantly smaller and sleeker than its typical fitness watch. The GPS giant believes the bracelet is more than just a "me too" device in a swelling marketplace, explaining that it packs a few features that set it apart.  Read More

The Bass770's styling is inspired by a number of classic muscle cars

With the sixth generation of the Mustang, Ford has made a purposeful move away from the retro lines of the previous generation and toward a decidedly more modern look. Fortunately for those that prefer the heyday styling of true 60s and 70s muscle cars, there's a new option. Michigan-based Equus Automotive combines classic muscle-car looks and power with luxuriously appointed interiors.  Read More

The new F-150 was one of Ford's big NAIAS 2014 stories

Pickup trucks may seem like dirty, muscular work oxen, but like other vehicles, they're evolving into smart, perceptive, high-tech machines. Last year's Atlas Concept made it crystal clear that Ford was serious about designing smarter trucks. The all-new F-150 introduced at this week's NAIAS 2014 doesn't include all the forward-thinking innovations of the Atlas, but it does pack enough of them to make it the "toughest, smartest and most capable F-150 ever."  Read More

The Toyota FT-1 premieres at the 2014 North American International Auto Show

Easily one of the wildest concept cars at the North American International Auto Show, the Toyota FT-1 bridges Toyota's sporty past with what the company promises will be a daring and aggressive future. The "spiritual pace car for a changing, evolving Toyota" previews what Toyota hopes is its most exciting generation of vehicles ever. Put simply, the FT-1 is the Future of Toyota, example Number 1.  Read More

Local luminaries fire up the now solar-powered Las Vegas sign Last week, the world's attention was focused on Las Vegas thanks to the Consumer Electronics Show. With that backdrop of bleeding-edge technology, the city's iconic welcome sign received a little technological makeover of its own.  Read More

Pivothead SMART glasses are a smarter, more functional pair of video glasses

Already one of the most intriguing combinations of sunglasses and camera technology available, Pivothead glasses just got a little SMARTer. The Pivothead SMART debuted at CES 2014, combining 1080p filming with a new suite of wearable technologies. They allow you to live-stream video, take snapshots and control filming remotely with a smartwatch or mobile device.  Read More

First sketch of the 2014 Beetle Dune concept

Over the past couple of years, Volkswagen has revealed various Beetle derivatives at major US auto shows, including an electric Beetle and the new Beetle Convertible. For this year's North American International Auto Show, it has something a little more fun and playful in mind. The Beetle Dune is a rugged, sand-ready Beetle concept.  Read More

Flip the vest-like outer layer for some privacy while changing The Adrenalina hoodie packs two layers worth of shirt so that surfers, bikers and other athletes can change comfortably on the go. The upper layer serves as a sort of "modesty towel," flipping down over the waist and nethers to let you change your pants on a crowded beach or parking lot.  Read More

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