Category Archives: Self Drive Cars

2019 Mercedes-Benz C300 and C43 first drive review: subtle upgrades, big safety

Follow Marty A web of country roads casts a romantic net between the alpha world cities of Paris and Frankfurt. Where maps pare down to two-lane roads, the Moselle Valley unfurls vast expanses of lush green carpet, sun-spotted by a yellow haze of wildflowers, lidded by a cobalt-blue sky. Lucky steers and heifers bask against

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Volvo has created self-docking boat tech

Follow Jeff [embedded content] Anyone can drive a boat. Out on the open sea, you throttle up and keep the bow pointed along a given heading. Hopefully, you’ll arrive at your destination with enough time left for a dock-side drink and congenial chitchat with your fellow water lovers. The hard part of the journey, however,

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“Fast & Furious” still driving some car prices nearly 20 years later

Seventeen years ago, the movie “The Fast & the Furious” injected some fresh interest in the car culture and, nearly two decades later, is still driving the prices of certain vehicles. The film was primarily focused on newer model imported cars, but that didn’t mean the glory days of American muscle were cast aside. One

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Report: Lincoln MKC to be renamed Corsair with 2020 redesign

As Lincoln continues to rid its vehicles of the largely unloved MK naming scheme, it appears the MKC will soon be called the Corsair. The current MKC is one of the remaining Lincolns without a name that is an actual word within the brand’s current lineup, and Automotive News reported on Monday that Corsair will

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2017 Ford GT catches fire in Germany

It’s never a good day when a car catches fire, but when a high-priced supercar catches fire, not only do we take notice, but so does the automaker. In this case, a 2017 Ford GT has burned to the ground in Munich, Germany, and Ford has weighed in. The owner in Germany has not provided

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Meet the crazy twin-engine Golf that VW used for its last Pikes Peak attempt

Follow Jeff It might look like nothing more than a Golf that’s been prepped for motorsport duty, but this VW packs a twin-engined, high-altitude secret. The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is a torturous test of man and machine. Today, the route to the top is fully paved but it wasn’t always that way. Drivers

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