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2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class gets its Nevada driver's license

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is licensed to drive autonomously on Nevada highways. Several companies test self-driving prototypes in Nevada, but Mercedes says the E-Class is the first production car to get licensed.
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Bentley Continental GT 'Monster by Mulliner' makes some noise at CES 2016

A Bentley Continental GT V8 S with a custom Monster sound system was ready to make some noise on the floor of CES 2016. Because if you're going to go 192 mph, why not do it with some tunes?
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Uber pays New York attorney general $20,000 to settle in 'God View' dispute

Uber has reached a settlement with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after a 14-month investigation into the company's use of a God View, allowing it to track customers and read their private information.
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Volvo study says people want to maintain control of driverless cars

Volvo recently surveyed 10,000 people to get their opinions on autonomous driving. The results say 92 percent of consumers want a steering wheel in driverless cars, and 81 percent believe automakers must take responsibility if an accident…
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McLaren 675LT JVCKenwood concept debuts at CES with all-digital cockpit

The McLaren 675LT JVCKenwood concept debuted at CES 2016 in Las Vegas with a cockpit full of tech. Everything from the gauge cluster to the rearview mirror was replaced with digital displays.
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Good news, torque fans: BMW won't let the Dieselgate scandal prevent it from selling diesels in the U.S.

The diesel engine has taken a beating in the United States, but BMW remains committed to it. The company points out that one out of every three X cars it sells in the U.S. is powered by a turbodiesel mill.
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Audi will use Thunderhill Raceway for autonomous car testing

Audi designated California's Thunderhill Raceway as the test track for its autonomous-car development program. The carmaker has already taken its pair of RS 7 prototypes to several other racetracks.
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GM hopes its customers will help it make maps for self-driving cars

GM is considering using Mobileye mapping technology and data from its OnStar telematics customers to create maps for future self-driving cars. Cameras already installed in customer cars would do the work.