The animated Rubberneck family of our sister site, The Family Car, opens this 2017 video report from Detroit's auto show, where Ford executives presented a vision of autonomous driving tech decreasing vehicle injuries and fatalities.
We attended the 2017 LA auto show in the plug-in version of the 2016 Chrysler Pacifica that was packed with family- and eco-friendly features, a three-piece panoramic sunroof, powerful vacuum to keep cookie crumbs at bay, and able to run on electric-only power for up to 33 miles per charge.
Discussions and displays at the 2016 LA auto show, revealed to TheFamilyCar and GreenFamilyCar correspondents that the autonomous vehicle age has already dawned, raising questions about whether we are ready for to embrace it.
The founder of the Advanced Sustainability Institute, Michael Boehm, test drives BMW’s electric i3 around downtown Los Angeles during the 2013 LA auto show. The i3 EV has been designed from scratch for maximim sustainability.
H stands for hydrogen, the chemical element that drives the car, the Audi exec explains. His A7 h-tron hydrogen vehicle fulfills the promise offered by hydrogen and raises the question, from what source? Maybe at-home electrolysis?
Reporters from The Family Car and Green Family Car attended both the LA and Detroit auto shows of late 2011 and early 2012. Click above for a quick look to help you gauge industry progress now, a decade later.