For generations, an S-Class Sedan has been instantly recognizable not just for its iconic design, but for predicting the future of the automobile. Strong, powerful and majestic, it’s also lighter, sleeker, and the most athletic S-Class yet. And while it slips through the wind with ease, it stands out in any crowd. In fact, it stands above. Learn everything you need to know about the 2014 S-Class Sedan in this video walk around.
We’ll all heard a lot about many different “smart” devices, including a “smart car”. The aim of these technologies in the automotive market is to increase efficiency and lower risk and injury. The picture that’s presented to us a leisurely drive where we can be checking e-mail, surfing the Internet, text messaging, etc. all while the “smart car” gets us quickly and safely to our destinations for us, our own personal driver whenever we want it.
Hyundai Motor Co. plans to start selling its first battery-powered electric vehicle (EV) in 2016 as South Korea’s champion of fuel-cell cars hedges its bets in next-generation green technology. Hyundai has leant toward engines which turn hydrogen into electricity in response to stricter emissions regulations in markets such as the U.S. Research and development partner Kia Motors Corp. has focused on rechargeable batteries.