Google has announced that a prototype for its planned fully autonomous car will start testing on public roads this summer. The prototype will feature a steering wheel and pedals so that a licensed driver can take over in emergency situations, but the tech giant’s goal is to create a car that even a blind person could use.

Cadillac’s Ciel concept was never intended for production but it does show the direction for the American luxury brand’s future styling. Another role for the stunning four-door convertible, it appears, is being a prop in the upcoming Entourage movie.

The U.K.’s Kahn Design has released more photos of its Land Rover Defender based Flying Huntsman 105 Pick Up. The vehicle joins other Flying Huntsman models like 105 Longnose and six-wheeled 110 WB 6x6.

You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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