Terrorists ‘could kill millions’ by remotely hacking cars: experts

Modern cars could be turned into lethal weapons by computer hackers working for enemy states or terrorists, experts have warned. They say any car built since 2005 can be controlled remotely and many built between 2000 and 2005 are also vulnerable. Government ministers in the UK have been urged to

Pope gets personalized Lamborghini, auctions it for charity

He won’t be hell on wheels in this ride. Pope Francis was gifted a brand new, luxury Lamborghini Wednesday at the Vatican — but the $200,000 Huracán will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s for charity. The pope, who blessed the flashy car, has chosen three charities that will benefit from

Exoskeletons give factory works super strength

Robots have long been a part of the automotive assembly process, but what about cyborgs? You won’t find any factory workers jacked into the internet yet, but Ford is trying out a new exoskeleton designed to make physical tasks easier for the human half of the man-machine combination. It’s called

Manchester United players including Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Michael Carrick arrive for training following humbling 2-1 loss away to Huddersfield

  Another star arriving on Monday was Scott McTominay who recently penned a new contract MANCHESTER UNITED stars including Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Michael Carrick arrived for training following humbling 2-1 loss away to Huddersfield on Monday morning. The Old Trafford men turned up in their luxury cars having handed the advantage to Manchester

Hot wheels: Supercars share secrets with luxe watches

With shared focuses on cutting-edge technology and next-level design, the watch and automotive industries naturally align. Take Roger Dubuis’ pairing with Lamborghini: Both brands are known for out-of-this-world performance, price and personality. Meanwhile, TAG Heuer’s heritage is bound up with car racing, while longtime collaborators Breitling and Bentley place a similar

GM to start testing driverless cars in NYC

Just when you thought New York drivers couldn’t get any more mindless, General Motors plans to test self-driving cars in lower Manhattan starting next year. The company will send automated Chevrolet Bolt electric cars to hazard a 5-square-mile area of lower Manhattan because the area’s congested and convoluted byways provide the

GM to start testing driverless cars in NYC

Just when you thought New York drivers couldn’t get any more mindless, General Motors plans to test self-driving cars in lower Manhattan starting next year. The company will send automated Chevrolet Bolt electric cars to hazard a 5-square-mile area of lower Manhattan because the area’s congested and convoluted byways provide the

People are selling Telsa 3 reservations for huge profits

Those who are desperate to own a Tesla Model 3 and have the deep pockets to match may look no further than Craigslist for a chance, albeit a risky one, to leapfrog the line for the Silicon Valley car maker’s newest and most affordable sedan. Several Craigslist ads have surfaced offering

This British city just got serious about cutting pollution

LONDON – The university city of Oxford has unveiled plans to ban petrol and diesel cars from its center as part of the most radical set of proposals so far in Britain to curb pollution. While London is rolling out an “ultra-low emission zone,” which will see the most gas-guzzling vehicles

Paris to banish all but electric cars by 2030

PARIS – Paris authorities plan to banish all petrol- and diesel-fueled cars from the world’s most visited city by 2030, Paris City Hall said on Thursday. The move marks an acceleration in plans to wean the country off gas-guzzlers and switch to electric vehicles in a city often obliged to impose

Who is the bigger ass?

What an ass. A dopey donkey mistook a $350,000 sports car for a carrot — and began chomping on the ride like a rabid rabbit. Businessman Markus Zahn, 49, left his McLaren 650S Spider parked next to where the animal, named Fitus, was grazing last year in the German state of Hesse,

Investors fear driverless cars will make breathalyzers obsolete

Driverless cars are going to wreck the breathalyzer business. That, at least, is the growing fear among private-equity investors, who have balked at an opportunity to buy LMG Holdings, the biggest breathalyzer manufacturer in the US, sources told The Post. More On: driverless car Samsung wins permit to test self-driving cars in California Prepare for

Investors fear driverless cars will make breathalyzers obsolete

Driverless cars are going to wreck the breathalyzer business. That, at least, is the growing fear among private-equity investors, who have balked at an opportunity to buy LMG Holdings, the biggest breathalyzer manufacturer in the US, sources told The Post. More On: driverless car Samsung wins permit to test self-driving cars in California Prepare for

Swizz Beatz sued for $16M in alleged luxury car scam

The legal ride isn’t over for Alicia Keys’ husband, who allegedly helped drive a high-end fraud by reselling or double-booking pricey cars leased in his name. Swizz Beatz, also known as hip hop producer Kasseem Dean, was slapped with a $16.15 million Nassau Supreme Court lawsuit Friday claiming he’d resold or