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How tech is helping used car sales with safe transaction zones

Buying or selling a vehicle online can be intimidating. Who wants to meet up with potentially sketchy characters at home? No one. But now there are apps and websites that provide access to safe transaction zones for online sales.
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Cops have lots to learn when it comes to autonomous-car emergencies

As part of its application for a permit to test fully driverless cars in California's, Waymo has issued a 41-page booklet explaining to law enforcement and first responders how to deal with its vehicles in an emergency situation.
Car Review

Nissan's 370Z is old school in all the right ways - and the wrong ones

The 2018 Nissan 370Z is essentially the same sports car that first appear roughly a decade ago. That means buyers get an excellent driving experience, but without the array of tech and convenience items many have come to expect in new cars.
Emerging Tech

Ridy smart camera will alert drivers when they’re drowsy or distracted

Using impressive machine learning technology, Ridy is a forthcoming smart camera which watches your face as you drive to notice behavior that suggests you are tired or distracted.
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Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster arrives just in time for convertible season

The Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster gives convertible sports car buyers yet another choice. This 515-horsepower, 192-mph drop top is the middle child of the Mercedes-AMG GT convertible lineup.
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Pope Francis’ Lamborghini sells for more than $850,000 at charity auction

A Lamborghini Huracán LP580-2 given to Pope Francis last year sold for $857,000 at auction, with proceeds going to multiple charities. The Pope announced his intention to auction the car off for charity when Lamborghini gave it to him.
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Watch a pro drifter battle an autonomous race car on the track

Roborace pitted its prototype autonomous race car against pro drifter Ryan Tuerck in a battle of man versus machine. Because if self-driving cars are going to race, they need to be at least as fast as human drivers.
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Subaru will launch its first plug-in hybrid with a little help from Toyota

The 2019 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid will be the Japanese automaker's first production plug-in hybrid model. Subaru will combine its own boxer engine and all-wheel drive system with Toyota hybrid tech.
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Bird has raised $100 million to bring its escooter service nationwide

Bird is an escooter company based in Santa Monica, California. In perhaps its boldest move yet, Bird says that it has signed agreements with Ninebot and Xiaomi to have exclusive rights to their supply of ride-sharing scooters in the U.S.
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BMW to bring smartphone-like wireless charging to cars

Electric cars would be a lot more convenient if you didn't have to think about charging them every time you parked up. BMW has a solution, and it'll be available for the first time in the coming months.
Car Review

Porsche sharpens its GT3 knife and cuts through the competition

Porsche’s 911 GT3 returns for 2018 with a beefier flat-six engine, a choice of unspoiled or spoilered rear end, and a fan-favorite manual gearbox. With stiff competition from McLaren and Mercedes-AMG, is the GT3 still the all-purpose…
Emerging Tech

Tesla’s giant Australian battery reduced service costs by 90 percent

Elon Musk's Tesla has just switched on the world's biggest battery in South Australia. Musk had said he'd foot the $50 million bill if it wasn't completed in 100 days. Tesla finished with about a week to spare.