Sunday, August 16, 2015

Apple car clues emerge from letter to test facility - BBC News

Apple car clues emerge from letter to test facility - BBC News:











Big news for Apple fans, you may soon be hearing of an I-Car you can purchase from the company.



Shrouded in secrecy though, Apple has done a wonderful job of not telling anyone about the product yet, which is kind of what they do with everything.



Here's an interesting story of what the BBC News uncovered about the project.



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Trying -- and kinda succeeding -- at going the distance with an electric car - CNET

Trying -- and kinda succeeding -- at going the distance with an electric car - CNET:













It's the reason most people dread to consider getting an electric car for. Being stranded on the road with no means of getting where they were going to.



Read this epic journey around England with the Nissan Leaf that the driver encountered plenty of reasons that support the notion that electric cars are not yet prime time.



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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Volvo to import 265 Polestars for US buyers this year | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews

Volvo to import 265 Polestars for US buyers this year | New and Used Car Reviews, Research & Automotive-Industry News & LeftLaneNews:







They are indeed rare, the PoleStar edition car and this year only 265 such cars will be imported into the United States for customers.

That's an upgrade over last year though when only 120 cars were brought into the US for customers.

That's a rare import indeed.



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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Ford F-150 output pinched by frame shortage, workers say


Ford F-150 output pinched by frame shortage, workers say:









The F-150 redesign is experiencing growing pains as the supplier that gives Ford the frames that start the process of building a new pickup isn't able to keep up with demand according to unknown sources at the assembly factory.







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Monday, May 18, 2015

Deaths? Danger? Consumers still don't care about recalls



Deaths? Danger? Consumers still don't care about recalls:





The latest recall info on airbags should be handled immediately by drivers affected.


It's amazing but probably true, and this needs to change.


Consumers need to be educated about automobile recalls, many consumers, who have no idea how serious some recalls are, must heed the very important step of taking their cars to the dealer for recalls that are free to have taken care of.







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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Automakers to gearheads: Stop repairing cars

Automakers to gearheads: Stop repairing cars:

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In a never ending battle, car makers want to be the exclusive car repair folks that handle their own vehicles. I don't think this will ever happen. The right to repair cars shouldn't be dictated by the very manufacturers that continue to have serious issues themselves when millions of cars get recalled year after year.



Read this auto blog story about what's going on.



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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Watch out Google: Delphi gives Ars a ride in its self-driving car | Ars Technica



Watch out Google: Delphi gives Ars a ride in its self-driving car | Ars Technica:












Google is not the only game in town when it comes to self driving cars. In this story, Delphi throws it's own self driving car into the ring and ARS Technica checks it out for themselves.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Hacking a car : Cnet looks at how easy it could be




An interesting look from Cnet on how easy it would be to hack a car.

As vehicle electronics get more complex, it draws an interest from people who may not have your best interest at heart.