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Autoblog’s 2018 Detroit Auto Show roundup

By Jeremy Korzeniewski Yes, the 2018 Detroit Auto Show is a showcase for the latest and greatest American pickup trucks, like the 2019 Ford Ranger, 2019 Ram 1500, and 2019 Chevy Silverado. But that doesn't mean there isn't anything to interest those...

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Lamborghini’s 650HP Urus is equal parts muscle and infotainment

Lamborghini's Urus is more than just an absurdly overpowered SUV, it's packed with technology both on the entertainment and safety sides too. That means along with its 650 horsepower twin-turbo aluminum 4.0 liter V8 (whew) you also have the option fo...

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Levandowski faces fresh accusations of stealing trade secrets

The Waymo v.

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Toyota caves to pressure and adds CarPlay to new models

Many car manufacturers have joined the modern era by adopting Android Auto, Apple CarPlay or both, but not Toyota.

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Mercedes CEO: ‘Stay tuned’ for an electric G Wagon SUV

Mercedes-Benz's G-Class Wagon isn't changing for the future in the ways you might expect.

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Nissan shares its vision for our autonomous EV future at CES

Not surprisingly, autonomy and electrification dominated transportation news at CES 2018.

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Toyota insists its e-Palette is more than a concept car

There's one thing that keeps Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda up at night. It's not a traditional car company like Honda, Ford or Nissan. Or what he's going to have for breakfast the next day

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GM plans to release cars with no steering wheel in 2019

If the Department of Transportation grants GM's latest Safety Petition, the automaker will be able to deploy its no-steering-wheel, pedal-less autonomous car next year. GM has not only revealed what its level 4 self-driving vehicle will look like --...

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Ford will fit auto emergency brakes on two 2019 models

Ford always seems to be on the back foot when it comes to vehicle innovation -- it only began working on a robotics team last year, for example.

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iPhone slowing prompts Senator Thune to question Apple’s decision

Senator John Thune, the US Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee’s chairman, has fired off a round of questioning to Apple over its decision to slow older iPhones, according to a leaked document. The issue revolves around Apple’s confirmation that it slows older iPhones that have aging lithium-ion batteries, which experience a drop in peak voltage. Apple’s good reason for … Continue reading

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