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New Study: Driving A Sports Car Is Good For Us New Study: Driving A Sports Car Is Good For Us
Ford, just like us, is concerned about your sense of well-being and emotional fulfillment. So they actually went out and conducted a study to find out just what gives us a feeling of happiness and demonstrative contentment. And you know what Ford found? That you should forget romance or fine dining...
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Kia Soul EV Now Offers up to 111 Miles of Range Kia Soul EV Now Offers up to 111 Miles of Range
- The 2018 Kia Soul EV is virtually indistinguishable from the 2017 model except for one very important technical detail: a boost in driving range of nearly 20 percent, to 111 miles. - It’s a distinction that is bound to increase the Soul EV’s appeal among commuters and those who see it as a potential...
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Inside Brembo’s Hybrid Material Braking System For The 2019 Corvette ZR1 Inside Brembo’s Hybrid Material Braking System For The 2019 Corvette ZR1
The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 arrives this spring as the most powerful Corvette in history. The LT5 6.2-liter supercharged V8, complete with 755 horsepower and 715 lb-ft. of torque, boasts an intercooled supercharger system with 52 percent more displacement than the Z06’s LT4 supercharger. The...
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Groupe Renault Demonstrates Autonomous Technology Groupe Renault Demonstrates Autonomous Technology
Groupe Renault recently revealed their latest autonomous control systems, designed to handle a number of challenging and differing scenarios. The system’s obstacle avoidance capabilities are of particular note as Groupe Renault modeled professional test drivers during development at the Renault...
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Carless in Seattle: Peugeot and Citroen Are Back in America, But Only with a Mobility App (So Far) Carless in Seattle: Peugeot and Citroen Are Back in America, But Only with a Mobility App (So Far)
- France’s PSA Group is on the cusp of what amounts to a giant do-over. Among brands under the company’s control, Citroën hasn’t been in the U.S. market since the mid-1970s, and Peugeot shipped out after 1991. Both brands once may have been known as stylish, but they weren’t able to overcome...
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Global Summit In Brussels, Belgium Examines Autonomous Driving Global Summit In Brussels, Belgium Examines Autonomous Driving
Autonomous driving is one of the headline topics today in the automotive industry. A conversation on autonomy can include everything from technology and infrastructure, to legalities and testing. Sometimes, people will even voice apprehensions about an autonomous car, expressing their fears about...
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Trump Administration‘s New Self-Driving-Car Guidance Is Deliberately Toothless Trump Administration‘s New Self-Driving-Car Guidance Is Deliberately Toothless
- They’re just guidelines and they’re toothless, but the contents of the Trump administration’s updated policy paper on autonomous vehicles are important for getting everyone on the same page so innovation can blossom. The rise of self-driving cars means more mobility options for those with disabilities,...
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Faurecia: The Automotive “Make Tank” Faurecia: The Automotive “Make Tank”
It’s a calm summer day in Holland, Michigan, a thirty some thousand people city in the state’s western region. A near 200 miles from Detroit, Holland is not a traditional automotive headquarters. Driving through town, past the tulip beds or one of the many churches, there are few if any clues...
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Why Are So Many New Cars’ Gear Selectors So Stupid? Why Are So Many New Cars’ Gear Selectors So Stupid?
- It’s been a while since I’ve heard of any car company paying big money to someone with a vague New Agey job description, which means the time is ripe for me to cash in on that lucrative sector. I figure that my angle is to tell them things that ought to be obvious but somehow aren’t, so I’m...
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French-Bred DS7 Crossback May Seek a Slice of the U.S. Market French-Bred DS7 Crossback May Seek a Slice of the U.S. Market
- The French are good at many things, few drawn directly from those cruel stereotypes about cheese and surrender. But the creation of SUVs has, until recently, not figured on that list of accomplishments. Indeed when the nation’s automakers have needed to create véhicules tout-terrain in the past...
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