GM Is Working to Develop Headlights that Move With Your Eyes

Just don't stare at that cutie on the sidewalk for too long.

Nighttime visibility remains an issue that we haven't fully sorted out yet. Sure, we have brights for when it gets really dark, but those brights can over-illuminate parts of the road or, worse, blind oncoming traffic. There has to be a better way to light up everything important, right? That's what GM's European brands believe, and they're hard at work on a lighting technology that uses your eye movements to figure out what needs to be lit up.

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DeltaWing Wants to Build a Gas-Powered Car that's More Efficient than Any Hybrid

Even more proof that racing is beneficial to everybody.

The DeltaWing is a strange beast. If you're not up to date on endurance racing, what you need to know is that the DeltaWing is a revolutionary racecar that takes the idea of traditional motorsport design and turns it upside down. Now, the company that's responsible for this car wants to bring its know-how to passenger vehicles, and a preliminary engineering study proves that it might be one of the best decisions to make.

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Nissan Goes Cosmic Bowling on the World's First Glow-in-the-Dark Highway

Birds of a feather glow together. Or something.

When an automaker has a car that's been out for a while, and doesn't plan replacing it soon, it becomes increasingly difficult to find interesting ways to market it. Nissan is going through this right now with its all-electric Leaf. Thankfully, it found a novel way to get people to pay attention again - glow-in-the-dark paint. Now, all of a sudden, we feel like going to a rave.

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The Trefecta DRT Military-Grade Electric Super Bike Is Part Motorcycle, Part Bicycle

Wicked Tech: The $25K bike is in a category unto itself.

The electric bicycle market is steadily growing, and as battery technology continues to advance, the quality of the bikes continues to increase. So who better to get into the e-bike game than the battery engineer team responsible for the world's most advanced hybrid supercar? When Rimac Automobili teamed up with Trefecta Mobility to design a military-grade super e-bike the gauntlet had officially been thrown down.

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Engine Porn: Cadillac's All-New 3.0-Liter Twin-Turbo V-6 Will Excite Your Inner Enginerd

It's about to get all technical up in here. Hope you're prepared.

Sometimes, it feels like automakers use engines for decades. In fact, they do: Ford's Vulcan V-6 existed in new cars for 20-some-odd years, and Chevrolet's 4.3-liter V-6 has been finding new homes like a hermit crab since 1985 (they finally stopped production about a year ago). It's a good day, then, when we get to see a new engine, one that might be around itself for a third of a century. We've got one such event right now, with the reveal of Cadillac's new twin-turbo V-6.

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A Personal Mobility Vehicle that Changes Forms for All Your Travel Needs

Wicked Tech: The ILY-A electric scooter offers mobility for all ages.

"Personal mobility" is a sexy term in transportation these days, with a number of different devices already on the market, and several more companies eager to gain a foothold in this niche. One of the latest personal mobility devices is the ILY-A, which, for lack of better words, is essentially a three-wheeled electric scooter. Though, it's creators emphasize that it falls into a different category from scooter.

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