Stephen Edelstein

Stephen Edelstein

Stephen Edelstein graduated from Clark University in 2011 with an M.A. in American History. He was the Editor in Chief of Clark's student newspaper, The Scarlet. Stephen enjoys all things historical, science-fictional, and transportation-related.
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Forget autonomous driving, Daimler and Bosch want cars to park themselves

Autonomous parking could become a reality before autonomous driving, Bosch believes, and it's partnering with Daimler to test that conviction. A prototype system will allow drivers to control cars with an app.
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Cadillac to add Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to certain 2016 models

Cadillac will offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on certain 2016 models. CarPlay will arrive first, with the first models expected to be delivered sometime this summer. Android Auto will follow later in the model year.
Cars

Jaguar Land Rover uses connected-car tech to spot potholes

Jaguar Land Rover is testing a connected-car system that gathers information on potholes and sends it to other road users, and the authorities responsible for fixing these car-damaging inconveniences.
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Look Ma – no hands! Self-driving cars can now roam Virginia highways

Virginia is opening up sections of its public highways for autonomous-car testing. The Virginia Automated Corridors comprise about 70 miles of Interstates 95, 495, and 66 in the Old Dominion.
Cars

Land Rover Heritage Driving Experience launches in U.K.

The new Land Rover Heritage Driving Experience offers the opportunity to get behind the wheel of some classic Land Rover models and put them through their paces both on and off road.
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Porsche is auctioning off a full-size replica of its 919 Hybrid Le Mans car

A Porsche 919 Hybrid is available to buy on eBay, sort of. It's a full-size replica being auctioned off by Porsche for a Singapore charity. So if you buy it, you'll have to supply the engine noises.
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Bentley Bentayga SUV to get new W12 engine

An extravagant SUV like the Bentley Bentayga needs an extravagant engine, and it's getting one in the form of Volkswagen's all-new 6.0-liter W12. The Bentayga will be the first of many models to get the new engine.
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BMW’s Dynamic Parking Prediction finds parking spots for you

BMW Dynamic Parking Prediction uses data from a fleet of vehicles to find available parking spaces on city streets. Could it end the aggravation of finding a spot in a crowded city?