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Ford Raptor Coloring Book Provides Family Fun (And It’s Free) Ford Raptor Coloring Book Provides Family Fun (And It’s Free)
The older I get, the more I sometimes miss childhood. And it’s funny, becasue when I was a kid, I could not wait to grow up. Naturally, I was going to do whatever I wanted, eat whatever I felt like, and I was never, under any circumstances, going to take a nap. Adults, in my young mind, had all...
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BMW, Intel, Mobileye, FCA Unite For Ambitious Autonomous Driving Initiative BMW, Intel, Mobileye, FCA Unite For Ambitious Autonomous Driving Initiative
BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye announced a signed memorandum of understanding with the intention for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to be the first automaker to join them in developing a global, state-of-the-art autonomous driving platform. The three entities will leverage each other’s strengths,...
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Letter From The UK: Selling Out Letter From The UK: Selling Out
Recently, European Union antitrust authorities approved the proposed acquisition of GM’s Opel/Vauxhall automotive business by the PSA Group, which manufactures Citroen, DS, and Peugeot models. This merger applies to the Vauxhall manufacturing plants in the United Kingdom that produce two of...
Letter From The UK: Selling Out »
Solid-State Batteries Make Strides in the Charge toward the Future of EVs Solid-State Batteries Make Strides in the Charge toward the Future of EVs
- The electric car’s role in the future is assured by today’s race among General Motors, Hyundai, Nissan, Tesla, and others to advance range and affordability. With a rising number of startup challengers, these automakers agree that winning depends on making the electric car’s engine—its battery...
Solid-State Batteries Make Strides in the Charge toward the Future of EVs »
Day Two at the Javits Center: The New York International Auto Show Day Two at the Javits Center: The New York International Auto Show
Day Two began with the World Car Awards. Backed by a surprisingly loud, club-ish soundtrack and some odd song choices (maybe intended to help attendees wake up after a very long Day One?), the Toyota Mirai fuel-cell vehicle got the World Green Car Award, the Audi R8 Coupe took the World Performance...
Day Two at the Javits Center: The New York International Auto Show »
The Continental: Pondering Mercedes Styling, VW Could Buy Alfa, and Ford Globalizes Its Platforms The Continental: Pondering Mercedes Styling, VW Could Buy Alfa, and Ford Globalizes Its Platforms
Each week, our German correspondent slices and dices the latest rumblings, news, and quick-hit driving impressions from the other side of the pond. His byline may say Jens Meiners, but we simply call him . . . the Continental. Mercedes-Benz styling guarantees heated discussions over here, and parts...
The Continental: Pondering Mercedes Styling, VW Could Buy Alfa, and Ford Globalizes Its Platforms »
Congress blasts Toyota for not investigating sudden acceleration, focusing on legal defense instead Congress blasts Toyota for not investigating sudden acceleration, focusing on legal defense instead
Congressional representatives again took issue yesterday with Toyota’s response to unintended acceleration issues that have plagued the company’s products in a hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. (See our special section on unintended acceleration.) Testifying...
Congress blasts Toyota for not investigating sudden acceleration, focusing on legal defense instead »