Named after it's ingenious folding wing design, the Switchblade hopes to succeed where so many others have failed. On its website, Samson Sky allows people to reserve Switchblades in advance.
So what has taken the EV Revolution so long to set sail? With quite motors, clean engines, and the availability of shore power at most marina docks - what's not to like?
Our colleagues in the tech industry had a busy night. Sony held its first Playstation 4 event, and while there was a great deal to talk about (including the fact that Sony didn’t even show the actual console), we’re most interested in the PS4’s first racing game.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, is to the world of video games and electronics what the Geneva Motor Show is to the auto world.…
Colin McRae’s beloved racing series “DiRT,” is making a departure from its established formula in the form of DiRT Showdown. The previous installments have been based firmly in reality, with rally racing taking center stage, as it should given the Colin McRae legacy. The latest DiRT project is taking a step in a different direction, a more violent direction, and we’re okay with that.
In anticipation of our upcoming review of Forza Motorsport 4 for the XBox 360, we’ve taken to finding ways to improve our virtual driving experience. Sure, using the regular controller works fine, but we prefer the feel of a wheel in our hands. We love the force feedback wheels we’ve used, but they are clunky, take up a lot of space, and are difficult to use unless attached to some solid piece of furniture. Now, we’ve come across a happy medium, the XBox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel.
The long awaited racing title for the PlayStation 3, Gran Turismo 5, has been delayed again. According to Sony, its November 2 release date has been cancelled, and the company now says it will release “this holiday season.”
In the process of putting together the GT3R Hybrid article, we certainly couldn’t help but notice that the car was proudly displaying the Gran Turismo name and logo across its windscreen. Now, as any driving gamer worth his salt is sure to know, Porsche has been conspicuous by its absence from every version of GT thus far. Could it be that the German automaker has changed its stance on offering its products to the hordes of GT fans?
Not really any news to report here, but we thought we’d take just a moment out of our day to show a newly dropped set of images from the upcoming GT5 title.
If there’s one aspect of driving that we’d much rather simulate than actually do, it would be having the fuzz breathing down our necks at 160 miles per hour (seriously, those days are long behind us). Luckily, Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit was announced at E3.
Sony is making the most of this year’s E3 expo, and Gran Turismo 5 is in the spotlight again. We now have a (new) release date, another trailer, and details about the $99 Collector’s Edition.
In case MotorStorm: Apocalypse isn’t quite destructive enough for you, Sony announced Twisted Metal for the PS3 at E3.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is going on right now, so, of course, we’re tuned in to any game that coincides with our love of automobiles. MotorStorm: Apocalypse is one such game for the PlayStation 3.
Thrustmaster has released the newest helm for diving sim fans, the Ferrari Wireless GT Cockpit 430 Scuderia Edition for the PC and PlayStation 3. Rather than having multiple pieces, the wheel and pedals are all part of one single adjustable unit.
A new trailer for Test Drive Unlimited 2 was released this week. Interesting stuff.