Category Archives: Self Drive Cars

Land Rover sets world record for fastest mile in a car on 2 wheels

[embedded content] Those who attended the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed last week caught numerous firsts and debuts The list included the first self-driving car to tackle the hill climb, the new Toyota Supra on its dynamic debut, and Land Rover with a world record stunt. The British brand set a world record for the

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2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed: when the parking lot is a show of its own

As I bent down to snap yet another photo of yet another bright-hued supercar, I heard a deep voice over my shoulder. “I’ve got a model of that car,” boomed the throaty British accent. MORE: VW ID R claims electric car record at Goodwood with 43.05 run I looked up and saw a shirtless middle-aged

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Charger, Mustang are America’s most-searched muscle cars

The Ford Mustang (left) and Dodge Charger tied in a ClassicCars.com state-by-state comparison Enlarge Photo The Dodge Charger and Ford Mustang tied in a state-by-state comparison of the number of searches for muscle cars from the past year, data from ClassicCars.com showed. “Nothing truly personifies American car collector’s pride, passion and freedom like a muscle

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2019 Acura MDX A-Spec priced from $55,795

Follow Viknesh Acura is boosting interest in its MDX with a new-for-2019 MDX A-Spec model, which is on sale now priced from $ 55,795. That’s up on the 2019 MDX base model, which is priced from $ 45,295. Both figures include destination. Unveiled in March at the 2018 New York auto show, the A-Spec upgrade

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Lamborghini Aventador, Veneno, and Centenario recalled

Follow Jeff About 1,700 Lamborghini Aventador coupes and roadsters should check in with the ranch soon, according to the automaker. Lamborghini recalled the rare Italian supercar June 12 for an engine software issue that could stall the car at low speeds. All Aventador models sold in the U.S. will be recalled, from 2012 to today.

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Vanda Dendrobium D-1 electric supercar to be built in UK

After nearly a year of silence, Vanda has returned with fresh information on its Dendrobium D-1 electric supercar. The Singapore-based company announced Tuesday that it will build the supercar in the United Kingdom. The U.K. production likely has something to do with Vanda’s partner that brought the Dendrobium to life: Williams Advanced Engineering. The technology division

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