When you have the fastest car in the world, a regular camera car won't do the job.
Onboard accelerometers sense when the car has left the ground, and turn off traction control so power isn't cut.
Unsurprisingly, the e-tron's efficiency takes a huge hit when the SUV is pulling a 4000-pound trailer.
A tiny mid-engine sports car with gobs of electric torque? Sounds like a good time to us.
The giant gasoline V-8 in Ford's new Super Duty pickups can make huge naturally-aspirated power—and it can fit in a Fox-body Mustang.
The automaker thinks Americans favor power over efficiency, and in its eyes, the current 2.0-liter Skyactiv-X engine doesn't cut it.
But the feature isn't coming to the U.S.
Developed in collaboration with Gentex Corporation, it uses three video cameras to display rear and side views to the driver.
Most electric cars have a one-speed transmission. The Taycan Turbo S has two speeds. Why? Maximum straight-line performance.
You may think it's normal for performance cars to be inefficient, but in the EV world that comes with a huge penalty.
Increased PSI is one of just many factors in making more horsepower.