One of the coolest things about the annual Tokyo Auto Salon are the slick concept cars that manufacturers show off at the event. For 2021, the Tokyo Auto Salon is a fully digital event but that hasn’t stopped the cool cars from being unveiled. Honda is showing off a pair of highly customized vehicles, including a customized Fit and an N-Van Custom.
The customized Fit is the current generation car, and it’s based on the 2022 Fit e:HEV Crosstar Custom.
Someone in Greenwich, Connecticut, is grinning from ear to ear. Bugatti has begun the first worldwide deliveries of Chiron Pur Read more
The Hyperion XP-1, touted as the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell supercar, has recently landed in Las Vegas to the Read more
Kia is reinventing its brand strategy and corporate mission with a literal bang. Most recently, Kia presented its new logo Read more
Although it didn’t exactly have a new phone to announce at CES 2021 a few days ago, LG did show Read more
The success of the Nintendo Switch revived interest in portable gaming consoles and gave birth to some devices and smartphone Read more
With very few smartphones released each year, you’d think that Sony would have a handle on getting Android updates out Read more
Mercedes-Benz is preparing to reveal its next all-electric vehicle, with the new EQA promising to bring its EV tech to Read more
Scooter rental company Bird has announced a new update to its platform called Skid Detection, and it is designed to Read more
The two heavyweights of flagship smartphones – Samsung and Apple – are in for another blockbuster bout as the Korean Read more
Active noise cancelling earbuds were arguably the stand-out product of 2020, and Samsung is starting out the new year with Read more
Toyota has a new racing car for the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship. The vehicle is called the GR010 Hybrid Read more
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is getting a big update today, as Samsung is pushing SmartThings Find functionality to the Read more