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Daimler and Bosch to launch self-driving taxi service in Silicon Valley in 2019

Daimler and Bosch to launch self-driving taxi service in Silicon Valley in 2019

Two major names are gearing up to enter the self-driving car race. German automaker Daimler and automotive supplier Bosch announced plans to bring a self-driving taxi service to Silicon Valley in 2019, Reuters reported on Tuesday. Both companies called the self-driving car plans a passenger shuttle...

July 11, 2018
Toyota sponsors Energy Observer autonomous hydrogen-powered boat

Toyota supports hydrogen-powered autonomous boat

Toyota is one of a few major automakers that has thrown its weight behind hydrogen as a future fuel source, and the Japanese firm is taking its learnings around the globe and... read more July 7, 2018

2019 Infiniti QX50, first drive

Report: Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz no longer working on joint compact car project

In 2010, Renault-Nissan and Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler agreed to a share-trading partnership that was rumored to birth a new luxury-compact car. Eight years later... read more July 6, 2018

Porsche 919 Evo at the Nürburgring

Porsche boasts about its record-breaking Nürburgring run

Late last month, Porsche utterly obliterated the all-time Nürburgring record lap time with its 919 Hybrid Evo. Now, the German luxury and sports car maker is crowing... read more July 6, 2018

FCA creates new aluminum alloy for turbo engines

FCA has developed a new aluminum alloy for turbocharged engines to better withstand heat

It's a common engineering practice: find ways to improve performance without sacrificing efficiency. In the automotive world, it means more horsepower and better fuel... read more July 6, 2018

Waze icons

Waze's incident reporting now available on Google Maps

One of Waze's best features has arrived on Google Maps: incident reporting. The function allows for drivers to notify others of incidents—like roadwork, crashes... read more July 6, 2018

Volvo launches M mobility brand

Volvo launching M brand, but this one stands for "mobility"

Volvo Car Group announced on Wednesday it is launching a new brand, and it's called M. Not to be confused with BMW's legendary M division, Volvo's M brand simply stands for... read more July 6, 2018


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