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Toyota’s new autonomous test car 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus

Toyota’s Research Institute (TRI) houses some of the automakers most ambitious future-focused projects, and the R&D organization debuted its new second-generation autonomous safety technology research vehicle on Friday. 254 palabras más

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Toyota's new autonomous test car 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus

Toyota’s Research Institute (TRI) houses some of the automakers most ambitious future-focused projects, and the R&D organization debuted its new second-generation autonomous safety technology research vehicle on Friday. 254 palabras más

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Motor Mouth: Destroying a car in the name of safety

Imagine you’re a young hotshot engineer. You’ve spent the last four years finite-element analyzing your company’s latest hot rod. It’s the latest in high-tech, a finely tuned blend of performance and comfort and, thanks in part to your long hours, the most exquisitely crafted automobile your company has ever produced. 1.076 palabras más

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Tech War: Prius Prime vs. Hyundai Ioniq

By a lucky coincidence, I had a chance to drive both the 2017 Prius Prime and the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq in the same week. The… 571 palabras más

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2017 Kia Niro priced at $24,995 in Canada

Kia‘s all-new Niro hybrid crossover will start at just under $25,000 in Canada.

As usual, Kia did its thing – where it charges peanuts for a car and somehow manages to fill it with as many standard features as possible. 168 palabras más

Cars And Car Design

Daimler may discontinue gas-powered Smart in U.S. and Canada

Despite being completely redesigned just one year ago, the diminutive Smart Fortwo managed to sell just 6,200 units last year in the U.S.

This is likely because the Fortwo sacrifices storage space, seating and, well, conventional good looks, all on the altar of fuel economy. 110 palabras más

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First Drive: 2017 Kia Niro

Fuel economy standards are getting tougher every year, so all manufacturers are being forced to look for ways to reduce the reliance on gasoline. In 2025, the corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards in the United States will hit 54.5 miles per gallon, or 4.3 L/100 km. 982 palabras más

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