Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Why Volvo Thinks It Can Eliminate All Deaths In Its Cars By 2020

Why Volvo Thinks It Can Eliminate All Deaths In Its Cars By 2020:




I would hate to see another manufacturer's product attempt this crash course. The Volvo seemed to handle this with success which is a great thing.



You've got to applaud this brand by making it's product more safe and keeping their customer in the game as long as they can.



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Monday, November 17, 2014

Michelin announces Tweel airless tire going into production in SC [w/videos] - Autoblog

Michelin announces Tweel airless tire going into production in SC [w/videos] - Autoblog:






It's amazing, a tire without air? It's the Tweel... Michelin has them coming out for equipment now, but I don't think we'll see it on a car or truck very soon.



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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Ford sells 7 millionth Explorer in US market | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews

Ford sells 7 millionth Explorer in US market | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews:





Here's the first generation Explorer and below the most current: ( pics: wikipedia)





Ford sold it's 7 millionth Explorer model recently in the US, that's a lot of suv's.


The vehicle is one of the most popular suv's ever in the USA



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Monday, November 10, 2014

Was the Volkswagen Beetle the most important car ever?




Looking back at the VW Bug, was this one of the most important cars of the last century? Watch this video and get the info on the VW Beetle, it's origins and beginnings to the 1970's when the car inspired movies about it like "Herbie The Love Bug".

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Headquarters to track officer's move in US police cars


Technology and Stuff - take 2


GM to roll out Android cars in 2016, supplier says

GM to roll out Android cars in 2016, supplier says:















GM is finally getting smart. They're getting Android.



The company has tried several different versions of integrated auto infotainment.



Though the ignition switch fiasco has dimmed many people's faith in this company, for those who still roll with GM at least they'll have a better experience with technology in their vehicle.





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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

First 2015 Murano rolls off Nissan's Mississippi assembly line | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews

First 2015 Murano rolls off Nissan's Mississippi assembly line | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews:













Nissan has found a home in Tennessee and it's starting to crank out more Nissans that you can shake a stick at. Nissan wants to build 85 percent in the US of the Nissan's sold in the USA by 2015.







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Chevrolet restores first sinkhole Corvette, the ZR1 Blue Devil | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews

Chevrolet restores first sinkhole Corvette, the ZR1 Blue Devil | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews:





ou may remember one of the strangest automotive stories in years in 2014, the story about the earth opening up and swallowing 8 Chevy Corvettes like they were toys. Well, now Chevrolet has finished the first of the restorations of one of those cars.



Read more in the article from Left Lane News.



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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Crash recorder video craze hits Japan

Crash recorder video craze hits Japan:







A Japanese dash cam captures a bird dropping a present on a windshield



It's been a fad in Europe for some time now.



Dash cams are quite common in Europe, and now that craze has swept Japan. The dash cam is an idea whose time has come, given all of the strange things that are happening on the roadways everyday.



It's hard to believe that the USA hasn't been bitten by the dash cam bug yet, but it's only a matter of time.



There are a lot of benefits to using dash cams, and someday soon they will be hitting the shores of America.





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