I’ve managed to update the Reviews, Car Comparisons and Features pages for the new content that I’ve created over the past year.
Here are a few highlights:
Canadian developer Dune Casu explains how he developed his latest game while living out of a camper van, incorporated lessons from DirtFish rally School, and how his game is a love letter to rallying
Look! In the mud! Is it a Jeep Wrangler? Or maybe a Ford Bronco? No, wait – it’s the 2021 Land Rover Defender!
After driving plenty of electric vehicles over the years, my anxiety has shifted beyond the range reading. Instead of worrying about the battery levels, I am far more skeptical of the charging infrastructure to keep me going on an extended road trip.
Self-driving vehicles need data to navigate the streets — and lots of it. This data usually comes in the form of detailed maps that can be interpreted by the vehicle’s sensors and onboard computers. These maps are the rosetta stone for autonomous vehicles, and are one of the most important aspects of the whole equation.
Mercedes-Benz is infusing its dealerships with AR technology to speed up the diagnosis and repair of tricky and complex issues with its Virtual Remote Support, powered by Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 and Dynamics 365 Remote Assist. I visited one of Mercedes’ showcases last week to check out the implementation and get some hands-on time with the HoloLens 2.
The new 2 Series has gotten larger, heavier and more powerful, but the new refinements all add up to make it as enjoyable as the outgoing one
Building the Ambiance, Immersion and World of The Walking Dead in VR
The Countach was a quintessential part of the automotive conversation from the 1970s to the 1990s. Fifty years after its debut, it still influences the brand’s direction.
These are just a small selection of my favourites from 2021, but I’ll share another batch soon.