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Audi tests its A7 driverless vehicle on Florida highway

Audi tests its A7 driverless vehicle on Florida highway

German automaker Audi made use of a Florida law passed in 2012 that allows for testing driverless vehicles on Florida highways this past Sunday and Monday, by requesting a shutdown of Tampa’s Lee Roy Selmon Expressway—engineers ran the A7 driverless car through several real-world scenarios to test the cars’ abilities. The highway has been specifically designated as a test-bed site ... Read More »

Could this be the new Toyota Supra?

Could this be the new Toyota Supra?

Toyota pulled the first surprise of the Detroit Motor Show by unwrapping the FT-1. It’s a serious high-end sports car. Beautiful too. Unfortunately it’s only a concept and they’re being a bit cagey about whether it will go into production. On the other hand they have made a virtual FT-1 too, and from tomorrow you can download and drive it ... Read More »

Listen to the new Mercedes-AMG GT

Listen to the new Mercedes-AMG GT

Anything that rolls out of AMG’s Affalterbach facility must meet two criteria. One, an incredible ability to turn tyres into a combination of dust and acrid smoke at the first sight of a corner. And two, a guttural soundtrack loud enough to wake up any village in a five-mile radius. This autumn we’ll see AMG’s latest offering, the two-seat, F-Type-rivalling ... Read More »

Super luxurious train will hit Japanese Track in 2017

Super luxurious train will hit Japanese Track in 2017

A super luxury train designed by Yamagata-born Ken Okuyama, a well known automobile designer is a slick Cruise train that will hit the Japanese tracks in 2017. The super luxurious cruise train has a capacity of 34 passengers. There will be ten carriages made up of five suits, a deluxe suite. Two glass walled observation cars and of course a ... Read More »

The Quest to Build the World’s Fastest Bike

The Quest to Build the World’s Fastest Bike

For the past eight years, Cameron Robertson and Todd Reichert have dedicated themselves primarily to engineering human-powered flying vehicles. Now the Canadian founders of AeroVelo are taking their work to ground level by designing a bicycle that could set a new world record for human-powered vehicles, which is currently 133.8 kilometers per hour (83.1 mph). Robertson and Reichert plan to show off ... Read More »