Highlights from the 2014 LA Auto Show

Stu Robarts

Stu Robarts
Stu is a tech writer based in Liverpool, UK. He has previously worked on global digital estate management at Amaze and headed up digital strategy for FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology). He likes cups of tea, bacon sandwiches and RSS feeds.
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Infiniti USA's Synaptiq concept has won the People's Choice public vote at the 2014 LA Aut...

If you were asked to design the perfect car, its attributes might include being fast, adaptable and controllable with your thoughts. And, needless to say, it would be able to fly. Infiniti USA has packed all of these features into its People's Choice winning entry for this year's LA Auto Show Design Challenge.  Read More

Luxury Survival Condos are high-end disaster shelters built in converted missile silos

When a major natural disaster or nuclear war strikes, survival will be the main priority for most us. For some, though, the biggest problem will be deciding whether to watch a movie or go for a swim. Residents at the luxury Survival Condo resort will be safe, secure and not short of entertainment.  Read More

The Lexus LF-C2 at the LA Auto Show (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Lexus is letting it all hang out at the LA Auto Show with a new GT concept. In simple terms, the LF-C2 has a stylish and sporty-looking design. More notably, it has no top of which to speak and is said to be an indication of the carmaker's "future, bolder styling direction."  Read More

According to Mercedes, self-driving cars may include features such as seats that can be tu...

It wasn't so long ago that self-driving cars were seen as the stuff of some distant sci-fi future. All of a sudden, that future is upon us, but we don't yet know what these cars will look like. New concepts from Mercedes suggest they'll be a place for relaxing or working, but not driving.  Read More

JVC has announced the new DM85UXR 85-in 4K TV JVC has thrown its hat into the "huge UHD TVs" ring with the announcement of the Diamond Series DM85UXR. At 85-inches, it's the company's largest UHD TV to date. JVC also claims that it delivers the most precise color reproduction on the market.  Read More

Istanbul New Airport will be one of the busiest airports in the world when it is complete

New images have been released of Turkey's planned Istanbul New Airport. The facility will replace the existing Ataturk Airport. In addition to being one of the busiest airports in the world, it will have the largest terminal under one roof of any airport, according to project architects Grimshaw.  Read More

The Bentley Grand Convertible at the 2014 LA Auto Show (Photo: CC Weiss / Gizmag.com)

If your hard-top GT isn't letting you feel the wind in your hair, a solution may be around the corner. Bentley's has unveiled its new Grand Convertible, which it hopes will redefine the luxury of open air driving. The car is currently a concept, but will go into production if there is sufficient demand.  Read More

Pier55 will new park public in New York built on the Hudson River

It seems that new green public spaces are being unveiled for New York every week. No sooner had the final section of the High Line recently opened, than plans for a similar space in Queens were announced. Now, New Yorkers can look forward to a new public park quite literally on the Hudson River.  Read More

A footbridge being built as part of the new Køge North Station in Denmark will link transp...

Footbridges rarely serve any purpose beyond getting people across an obstacle. Through clever planning, however, a new footbridge in Køge, Denmark, will create a major travel hub. The bridge at Køge North Station will do so by linking otherwise unconnected road and rail infrastructure.  Read More

Plum Quick Motors claims to have set a new record for the world's fastest golf cart Playing a round of golf can take a good few hours, not least because of the time taken to walk between shots. Using a golf cart can speed things up, of course, especially if it goes 118 mph (190 km/h). That's the speed Plum Quick Motors says one of its high speed golf carts has hit to claim a new world record.  Read More

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