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Volvo Planning To Sell A Fully Self-Driving Car In 5 Years

Another day, another major auto manufacturer announcing plans for a self-driving vehicle: this time it’s Volvo, which says it will offer a fully autonomous car to luxury buyers in five years. 194 more words

BMW, Mercedes, and Audi are joining forces to take on Google

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

BMW, Mercedes, and Audi are sharing data to advance their driverless car efforts and take on the likes of Google.

The three automakers are supplying digital map maker HERE with real-time data gathered by their cars. 318 more words

Money Matters

UPDATE: McLaren Says It's Not Talking About Selling Itself To Apple

Well, that was quick: shortly after a report from the Financial Times hit the news cycle today saying that Apple was in talks to buy McLaren, the automaker says that’s not happening. 268 more words

Here's Where Uber Plans to Open a New Facility Soon

With ambitions of self-driving cars, Uber is headed to Motor City.

On Monday, Sherif Marakby, the ride-hailing company’s vice president of global vehicle programs, announced that Uber will be opening a facility in the Detroit area “in the coming months,” according to the… 217 more words


Opel Sells Station Wagons and Male Confidence With a Whole New Package

Opel skipped the standard TV commercial replete with slow-motion shots of drifting vehicles and scenic drives along the coast, or a curving mountain road, and opted instead for a more compelling series of images: men’s crotches. 346 more words


Grieving Parents Push For Automakers To Install New Tech To Prevent Child Deaths In Hot Cars

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — Every nine days or so, somewhere in the United States, a child is left alone in a hot car and dies, and now grieving parents are among those pushing for a bill that would force auto makers to install preventive technology. 52 more words


Dividend Bargain: General Motors Is A Buy

I have a few pre-set stock screeners that send stocks my way that meet certain criteria. Today, guess who pops up on it? Good old General Motors. 287 more words