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Ford’s autonomous cars are rolling into Europe next year

As part of its ambitious plan to have a self-driving car ready for ride-hailing services in 2021, Ford has announced it's expanding its autonomous technology testing to European roads next year.
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Bigger, bolder, and boosted: Honda's new CR-V remains the compact SUV to beat

Now in its fifth generation, Honda’s crossover juggernaut ups the ante with a turbocharged power plant, muscled-up looks, and a new chassis.
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New DOT Secretary Elaine Chao to guide EV, autonomous vehicle programs

President-elect Donald Trump chose former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao as Transportation Secretary. The new DOT head will be influential in innovative car tech including electric cars, autonomous vehicles, and vehicle cybersecurity.
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Are lower car insurance premiums worth revealing your driving behavior?

If you're willing to give up some privacy, insurance companies increasingly base premiums on actual driving behavior monitored by dongles. The choice between privacy and premiums gets trickier if law enforcement agencies get the data.
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Has BMW found a way to jump-start sales of the all-electric i3 city car?

BMW just updated the i3 with a new battery pack, yet a recent report claims the city car will receive more upgrades next year. The changes are expected to include a bigger battery that provides over 150 miles of range and a new look.
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Ferrari may stop selling retired Formula One cars to customers

Ferrari may stop selling retired Formula One race cars to customers under its F1 Clienti program, according to F1 test driver Marc Gené. Newer F1 cars are just too complicated, he said in a recent interview.
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If a fix is approved, Porsche may sell leftover Cayenne Diesels as used cars

Porsche Cayenne Diesel SUVs that have been sitting on dealer lots for over a year as a result of the Volkswagen diesel scandal may eventually be sold as used cars, once a fix is approved for their emissions-control systems.
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Uber China is now very different from Uber in the rest of the world

Now that the San Francisco transportation giant Uber is no longer the master of its own domain in the China market, its app no longer works in the country either. Consider this an official breakup.
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Four auto industry rivals want to bring ultra-quick charging stations to Europe

Ford, Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler, Volkswagen's Audi and Porsche brands, and BMW are building 400 charging stations in Europe. The network will allow EV owners to drive long distances across Europe.
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Canada finally joins the self-driving club, with a car called ‘Autonomoose’

Ontario in Canada has become the first province in the country to oversee trials for self-driving cars on its roads. Three teams are involved, including one from the University of Waterloo with a car called "Autonomoose."
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Whip around the track in VR: Ferrari Formula 1 team tests 360-degree cameras

The Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 spent a few laps this past weekend testing out a 360-degree camera as it whipped its car around the Yas Marina Circuit during the free practice sessions for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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Volkswagen will replace the CC next year with a bold new four-door coupe

Volkswagen is preparing to replace the aging CC with a brand new model named Arteon. Bigger and more upscale than its predecessor, the Arteon will make its official debut during next year's Geneva Auto Show.