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Mobileye’s Anti-Collision Technology can become Part of Tesla’s New Product

Mobileye’s Anti-Collision Technology can become Part of Tesla’s New Product

Mobileye, a Jerusalem-based maker of automated-driving technology, witnessed 13% rise in its stock price, during the last week.

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Chrysler planning to move next-generation Wrangler production out of Toledo

Chrysler planning to move next-generation Wrangler production out of Toledo

At an announcement made at the Paris auto show last week, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said that the potential for the production of next-generation Jeep Wrangler will be moved out of Toledo. Ohio.

Elaborating the reason behind Chrysler's plans to pull future Wrangler production out of Toledo, Marchionne said that the automaker is mulling some strong changes to the next-generation Wrangler. The most significant of these changes include unibody construction, an aluminum frame, and smaller, turbocharged engines.

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TIME blog report says Tesla's Model S is not as ‘green’ as it is made out to be

TIME blog report says Tesla's Model S is not as ‘green’ as it is made out to be

A recently-published report on the TIME blog has pointed out that the electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla's popular all-electric Model S sedan is actually not as 'green' as it is made out to be.

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Chrysler recalling nearly 350,000 vehicles worldwide due to faulty ignition switch

Chrysler recalling nearly 350,000 vehicles worldwide due to faulty ignition swit

On Thursday, Chrysler announced that it is issuing a recall of nearly 350,000 vehicles across the world because of an ignition-switch problem.

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Tesla’s latest Models S software update allows for more personalization by owners

Tesla’s latest Models S software update allows for more personalization by owner

Tesla Motors has recently announced its latest software update for the Model S fully electric sedan.

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Ford training dealers and their sales staff to sell high-tech 2015 Mustang

Ford training dealers and their sales staff to sell high-tech 2015 Mustang

At the media launch of the 2015 Mustang model last week, automaker Ford unveiled its most sophisticated Mustang ever, equipped with the 'EcoBoost engine' as well as high-tech features.

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Toyota to make advanced safety features a standard in all models by 2017

Toyota to make advanced safety features a standard in all models by 2017

At its advanced safety seminar held in Michigan earlier this week, Toyota has asserted that it plans to make advanced safety features a standard in all models by 2017. The automaker apparently has no plans to come up with driverless cars.

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MIT Technology Review outlines limitations of Google’s driverless car prototypes

MIT Technology Review outlines limitations of Google’s driverless car prototypes

The MIT Technology Review report released last week has listed the limitations of Google's driverless car prototypes. The report implies that Google needs to address the limitations of its driverless cars before these cars can hit the streets.

According to the MIT Technology Review, the current Google driverless car prototypes are chiefly dependent on maps for navigation. As such, these cars are not capable of reacting to situations like a human driver reacts.

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GM brings optional Performance Data Recorder for 2015 Chevrolet Stingray

GM brings optional Performance Data Recorder for 2015 Chevrolet Stingray

General Motors' forthcoming 2015 Chevrolet Corvette - which is scheduled to hit the markets in September - will come with the option of Performance Data Recorder (PDR). When the Valet Mode is activated on the new Stingray, the PDR starts recording what happens to the car when a valet is handed over its keys.

According to GM, when the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette is fitted with the optional PDR and the Valet Mode is activated, the new feature starts recording where the valet takes the car; thanks to a camera mounted in the windshield trim.

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CR: Tesla Model S sedan exhibited minor flaws over time

CR: Tesla Model S sedan exhibited minor flaws over time

In an official statement issued online by Consumer Reports (CR) on Monday, the non-profit publication informed that the electric carmaker Tesla's Model S sedan has exhibited some minor flaws over time. The sedan has been ranked as the best-reviewed car of the year by CR.

About the flaws which show up in Tesla Model S sedan over time, CR - which purchases all the cars that it tests - said that the problems started emerging in the vehicle after it had been driven for more than 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers).

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