The Roborace series is set to launch in spring 2019 and its races will feature a combination of professional drivers "teaching" autonomous systems.
The growing interest in Formula E, both in terms of fans and car manufacturers, has led to claims that F1 may need to consider an electric future if it is to...
Check out this Tesla Model 3 Performance facing off against a variety of competitors. We're definitely quite impressed with the results.
Without a major investor it seems the Tesla-based racing series might be dead before it even begins.
The championship's event format will consist of one race of 25 minutes plus one lap at each location, which will follow the dedicated practice and qualifying...
Tesla vehicles (and most current electric cars) are known for off-the-line prowess. But, the Tesla Model 3 Performance is next-level in so many ways.
Electric vehicles are winning races once again after a drought of over 100 years. Here, we look at the first contest and its winner.
It's set to race through challenging locations and terrains such as the Himalayas and the Arctic. Sounds like a blast, doesn't it?
It seems that the shorter 1/8 mile races favor the torque-laden Tesla Model 3 against the internal combustion engine competition even more.
The Jaguar I-Pace faces an overwhelmingly powerful Tesla Model X and the ultimate SUV performance-wise, the Tesla Model X P100D in a rather surprising drag race.
This contemporary Battle of Britain featuring the new age electric vehicle against the old school, petrol-powered luxury monster in one video.
In collaboration with Motor Trend, Jaguar has released a video of the lap, which shows the I-Pace achieving speeds of up to 112 mph as it laps the 11-corner circuit.
Tesla Roadster is expected to include a "Track Mode" or "Expert User Mode" that will bring more data and advanced settings to adjust the car for particular...
Jaguar's I-Pace EV is surprisingly well set up for track duty and changes little in the transformation from production car to all-out race machine.
The goal was to claim a new track (and highly specific) record for the fastest luxury four-door hybrid sedan, although technically, the Panamera is a hatchback.