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Indian Motorcycle adds infotainment system to 2017 Chieftain, Roadmaster

Motorcycle riders have to accept fewer creature comforts compared to cars, but the gap is closing. While air conditioning’s still an impossibility, American motorcycle manufacturers have finally brought infotainment systems to two wheels.
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Waze is now making it far easier for you to drive to events

Driving to or around events can be a bit of a pain, but Waze is here to try and make things easier through a number of new tools targeted at event organizers. These tools allow organizers to schedule road closures and other delays.
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Subaru’s first — and smallest — car just made history in Japan

The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers has designated Subaru's first car, the tiny 360, a heritage item. That status elevates the 360 to an important part of Japan's cultural heritage.
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LeEco is taking on Tesla by building a $1.8 billion electric car factory

LeEco (also known as Le Holdings Co. Ltd.) is planning on investing 12 billion yuan, or $1.8 billion, in an electric car plant in eastern China. The ultimate goal is an annual production capacity of 400,000 cars.
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100 million Volkswagen vehicles can be unlocked wirelessly by hacker thieves

Researchers found separate hacks for remote key fob codes to unlock cars. Most VW Group vehicles made since 1995 and millions of other cars are vulnerable. Best advice, don't assume a locked car is secure - and don't leave valuables…
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Porsche offers less powerful, less expensive versions of its 718 Boxster and Cayman in China

Porsche plans to release 250-horsepower versions of the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman in China, beneath the 300-hp base models sold elsewhere. It hopes to sell the new models for a lower price.
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Could the secret to Apple's electric cars be hollow batteries?

According to South Korean outlet ETNews, Apple may be working with an as of yet unidentified Korean battery company to develop hollow batteries for its futuristic automobiles, code named Project Titan.
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An anthropologist will help Nissan design self-driving cars

Nissan has anthropologist working at its Silicon Valley research center to help self-driving cars act more like conscientious human drivers. That includes teaching them what to do at intersections.
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Was negligence or bad marketing to blame in the latest Autopilot crash?

A Tesla Model S hit a parked Volkswagen in Beijing, China, while traveling on Autopilot mode. Tesla says the owner should have kept both hands on the wheel, but the driver claims the company told him the Model S was a self-driving car.
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Get behind the wheel of an EV during National Drive Electric Week

Here's your chance to look at, sit in, ride in, and drive electric cars with the people who own them. During National Drive Electric Week 2016, electric car owners will gather in more than 149 locations to offer test rides and more.
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Chevy Bolt design sacrifices aerodynamics in favor of cargo space

The 2017 Chevy Bolt all-electric vehicle was designed from the inside out as a family vehicle for the masses. Cargo capacity was a top priority. Aerodynamics was sacrificed, which takes its toll on the per-charge driving range.
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Park and fly at Sea-Tac with BMW ReachNow car sharing

BMW's ReachNow car-share service has recently added park-and-fly service at Sea-Tac airport for program members in the Seattle area. As part of the launch, members will enjoy reduced per-minute charges and a $5 credit per ride.