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Check out the winners of this year's 1,900-mile World Solar Challenge race

The 2015 World Solar Challenge completed this weekend, with two Dutch teams winning competition classes that send solar-powered cars racing from Darwin to Adelaide through the Australian Outback.
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Yada Backup Camera with Dash Monitor Review

Hindsight is 20/20 with the Yada Backup Camera & 5
Wearables

LEDs in Lumenus apparel aren’t just flashy, they could help save lives

A startup smart apparel company, Lumenus, uses embedded LEDs in apparel that can be customized to act as notifications or safety indicators. Designed for cyclists and pedestrians, the lights can help better protect users.
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Sing “Sweet Home Alabama” in Kia’s South-inspired Forte Koup Mud Bogger concept

Kia will introduced six America-themed concepts at this year's SEMA show. One of them is the Forte Koup Mud Bogger, an outlandish off-roader inspired by the American South that gains a lift kit, a roll cage, and bucket seats for the front…
Cars

Ram might finally take on the Chevrolet Suburban with a full-size, body-on-frame SUV

Ram is debating whether to launch a full-size, body-on-frame SUV aimed at the Chevrolet Suburban. If approved for production, the yet-unnamed family hauler might not arrive until 2020 because it will be based on the next-gen 1500 pickup.
Cars

If new cars keep getting better, why is buyer satisfaction plunging?

Vehicles produced in 2015 are clearly safer, more sophisticated, and more capable then those produced 20 years ago, but are they really better? To answer this, we took a look at the big picture, which includes the post-purchase experience.
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Bentley Bentayga to get sideways at 'Power on Ice' event in Finland

The Bentley Bentayga will join the brand's "Power on Ice" driving event in Finland, where customers fling Bentley cars around on ice tracks. Time to put that all-wheel drive to the test.
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Volvo’s cars will soon be able to detect and avoid crafty kangaroos

Volvo has sent a team of engineers to Australia to develop the world's first kangaroo-detection technology. The company explains avoiding kangaroos is difficult because they're small, fast, and unpredictable.
Cars

Doing anything with nothing: What it takes to keep Cuba’s ‘Yank Tanks’ ticking

Cuba’s classic American cars are legendary, but what does it really take to keep vintage cars running after 55 years of isolation in one of the world’s last remaining Communist nations?