MIT spin-off Nutonomy made waves by bringing self-driving vehicles to Singapore. Here's the low-down on the latest tech and what your future drive could look like.
Car enthusiasts seeking novelty will find it in one of Singapore's most recognisable non-brand supercar memberships.
You HAVE to hear the engine roar from the Veyron's successor. It's bigger, faster and will cost a cool $3.8 million.
First came water-cooled engines, and now turbochargers. The world is asking, again: Has Porsche lost it?
A green light from Land Transport Authority (LTA) to begin tests is good news for the development of the self-driving vehicle framework in Singapore.
The second in Ferrari’s LaFerrari series offers two types of removable tops while sporting the same running gear and performance figures as the first.
Luxury marques join Porsche in delivering classy sports utility vehicles.
While the accident was highly unlikely, perhaps the more expensive sensors on Google's autonomous cars are worth the price tag.
If there's an accident with a pedestrian - attaching the human to the bonnet will reduce injury.