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Tesla has begun installing the latest version of its Autopilot semi-autonomous technology. The update adds a new control algorithm for Autosteer to smooth out the car’s control along with adding automatic perpendicular parking and automatic display brightness adjustments. Automatic Emergency Braking has also been reactivated to work at all speeds on newer cars, as previously […]

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Chevy has prepared an entire fleet of self-driving Bolt EVs, showing that mass production is possible with this type of sophisticated technology. Chevy has built 130 Bolt EVs outfit with a full suite of self-driving hardware and software, showing that it can include this type of technology in its mass-production process. These new vehicles will […]

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Faraday Future is launching a new video series documenting the development of its new FF 91, preparing for the 2017 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. This is the first in a video series that will chronicle how the new FF 91 has come together, tracking all of the testing done to prepare the FF 91 […]

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This is our first look at what the remnants of Saab will become. National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) has announced a new car-sharing and ride-hailing program that will offer users access to a pair of models called the 9-3EV and 9-3XEV. The 9-3X model will be a small crossover, while the regular 9-3 will be […]

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Ford is working on technology that can predict vehicle movements based on a driver’s body language. A patent application filed on November 4, 2015, was published this week and in it, it details “systems, methods, and devices for predicting driver intent and future movements of a human-driven vehicle.” Essentially, the system predicts future movements of […]

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Technology giant Samsung has been granted permission by the authorities in South Korea to begin testing self-driving vehicles. Samsung is not looking to get into the car manufacturing business, instead looking to develop the components and artificial intelligence software that can then be equipped on other automaker’s vehicles. Samsung plans to use its first self-driving […]

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After Consumer Reports (CR) took the Tesla Model S from the top spot in its ultra luxury car category over a missing safety feature, the brand is responding. The issue is over emergency automatic braking (AEB), which was standard on all Tesla models up until October of 2016, when it disappeared as a feature on […]

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Toyota is proving that its new hydrogen fuel-cell powered big rig is not only clean, but also powerful. The brand released video footage of its new truck, called Project Portal, drag racing a standard diesel-powered semi, both loaded to 35,000 pounds. As you can see in the video, it’s not even close, with Project Portal […]

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The new Porsche Panamera introduced us to the Turbo S E-Hybrid powertain which is set to spread to at least on more model. Porsche confirmed to Motoring.au that the Cayenne will be adopting the new hybrid powertrain, which has a total system output of 680 horsepower and 628 pounds-feet of torque. It is comprised of […]

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Volvo is working to introduce its first all-electric vehicle and the brand is targeting a range of at least 250 miles. Speaking with Automotive News at the Geneva Motor Show, Lex Kerssemakers, the CEO of Volvo Car USA, said that he has tasked engineers with coming up with an electric car that will travel at […]

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