You know technology evolves quickly.  Nissan has a plan to make your car adapt to you… by tapping into your brain.  It’s called Brain-to-Vehicle, or B2V.  Nissan says the technology can interpret signals from the driver’s brain to predict actions, like steering or braking, and then doing it.  Nissan will demonstrate some of the technology in a driving simulator at CES in Las Vegas next week.

Mercedes-Benz has something new in store for their big G-Class.  The company says their primary goal was to make the new G-Class “even more effective off-road”.  That includes more ground clearance and water and mud capabilities.  MotorWeek will be in Detroit when the new G-Class is unveiled at the North American International Auto Show later this month.  In the meantime, check out this video of what we can expect.