The Petersen Automotive Museum was already a must-see for any car enthusiast visiting Los Angeles, and it’s about to get a little better should you also be a James Bond fan. Opening Sept. 25 in the museum’s appropriately named Grand Salon gallery will be the “Bond in Motion” exhibit of more than 30 cars, motorcycles, boats, submarines, helicopters and scale models used during the creation of the 24 official James Bond films. The timing corresponds with the Oct. 8 release of “No Time to Die,” the upcoming 60th anniversary of the first Bond movie … and hey, the release of our “All 24 James Bond movies ranked only by their cars.”
German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz seems to be going all out with its dream project – the AVTR concept car that is expected to be something right out from maverick filmmaker James Cameron’s popular science fiction movie Avatar. While the luxury automotive brand has been working on this project for the past few months, they just raised the bar to the next level by unveiling a new version of the concept car that would use the Brain-Computer Interface technology.
Known for their high-end luxury vehicles and setting new market trends with their innovative technology, Mercedes-Benz is leaving no stoned unturned with its futuristic AVTR concept car. In addition to the breathtaking design, the German carmaker is determined to introduce humans to the wild concept of thought-driven vehicles. And at the recent IAA 2021 show in Munich, Mercedes-Benz revealed its BCI technology car version that sent a wave of astonishment across the