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Toyota wants to get us truly crushing on cars | TechCrunch – TechCrunch

Toyota is very invested in love. The automaker has a central philosophy of making vehicles that inspire ‘Aisha,’ a concept that literally means “beloved car” in Japanese. But the nature of ‘Aisha’ is changing, necessarily, just at the nature of automobiles themselves are fundamentally changing as we usher in automated and semi-autonomous driving. The key to making ‘Aisha’ work in this new era, Toyota believes, lies in using artificial intelligence…

Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017

Toyota wants to get us truly crushing on cars – TechCrunch

Toyota is very invested in love. The automaker has a central philosophy of making vehicles that inspire ‘Aisha,’ a concept that literally means “beloved car” in Japanese. But the nature of ‘Aisha’ is changing, necessarily, just at the nature of automobiles themselves are fundamentally changing as we usher in automated and semi-autonomous driving. The key to making ‘Aisha’ work in this new era, Toyota believes, lies in using artificial intelligence…

Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017

October Auto Sales Forecast Is Down A Couple Percentage Points – Forbes

October auto sales are expected to be down a couple of percentage points from October 2016. That’s in line with U.S. auto sales so far this year. Year to date through September, U.S. auto sales were about 12.9 million, down 1.8 percent from the same period a year ago, according to Autodata Corporation, based in Mahwah, N.J. According to a forecast developed jointly by J.D. Power and LMC Automotive, October…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Prepping Self-Driving Cars for the World’s Most Chaotic Cities – WIRED

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh. They’re honing their skills amidst humans in Europe, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan. They’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection. Learning how to drive in places like unruly Boston, a land of…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Diesel drivers face costly repair bill because thousands are driving … – Telegraph.co.uk

Thousands of UK drivers are illegally driving modified cars without diesel exhaust filters, an investigation has found. Due to processing large amounts of particulate matter from diesel exhaust the filters can easily become clogged and likely to break.  To replace the broken filter can cost up to £1000, so to avoid the cost some drivers have opted to have the filter removed.  The procedure to remove the filter is legal and costs…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Preparing Self-Driving Cars for the Wild World of Developing Cities … – WIRED

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh. They’re honing their skills amidst humans in Europe, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan. They’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection. Learning how to drive in places like unruly Boston, a land of…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

What’s behind Britain’s car sales ‘correction’ – and will it turn into a crash? – Telegraph.co.uk

The first hard evidence of how bad things have become came when Pendragon, one of the UK’s biggest car dealers with about 220 outlets, issued a profit warning and chief executive Trevor Finn declared that Britain had reached “peak car”. Finn says: “It’s not one single reason you can point to for this, it’s a confluence of things – Brexit, higher vehicle duty, confusion about diesel, maybe even good barbecue weather.”…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Another State is Going to Unleash Self-Driving Cars – Futurism – Futurism

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Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Diesel drivers face costly repair bill because thousands are driving illegal cars, DVSA finds – Telegraph.co.uk

Thousands of UK drivers are illegally driving modified cars without diesel exhaust filters, an investigation has found. Due to processing large amounts of particulate matter from diesel exhaust the filters can easily become clogged and likely to break.  To replace the broken filter can cost up to £1000, so to avoid the cost some drivers have opted to have the filter removed.  The procedure to remove the filter is legal and costs…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Prepping Self-Driving Cars for the World’s Most Chaotic Cities – WIRED

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh. They’re honing their skills amidst humans in Europe, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan. They’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection. Learning how to drive in places like unruly Boston, a land of…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Jake Bentley suddenly South Carolina’s running man – The State

From up high, the move didn’t look that effective. Jake Bentley threw the little head fake. Somehow the defender bit, and the odyssey that was Bentley’s first college rushing touchdown (a 19-yarder) was underway. “All the guys were making fun of me, saying it was the slowest juke move they’ve ever seen,” Bentley said. “I don’t care. It worked.” He joked he might even show up in the running back…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Prepping Self-Driving Cars for the World’s Most Chaotic Cities – WIRED

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh. They’re honing their skills amidst humans in Europe, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan. They’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection. Learning how to drive in places like unruly Boston, a land of…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Prepping Self-Driving Cars for the World’s Most Chaotic Cities – WIRED

Self-driving cars are no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets—they’re tackling real traffic in US cities such as New York, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh. They’re honing their skills amidst humans in Europe, South Korea, Singapore, and Japan. They’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection. Learning how to drive in places like unruly Boston, a land of…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Finally Some Sexiness From Japan’s Future Cars – Forbes

Photo by Peter Lyon. The Honda EV Sports concept injects some style back the carmaker’s lineup. The Toyota Motor Show is known in international circles as a show that introduces new technologies, the odd sports car and wacky, offbeat anime-inspired concept cars. In fact, some of my overseas colleagues come to Tokyo just to see those manga-like concept cars. As is happening at every other motor show so far this…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017