Uber Has Lost Its Operating Licence In London

Uber Has Lost Its Operating Licence In London

00 Uber has officially lost its license to operate in London after a shocking ruling by the city’s transport body. Despite the fact that 3.5 million Londoners use the app, it will no longer be offered within the M25. The authority wrote: “TfL has concluded that Uber London Limited is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator license.” TfL has today informed Uber that it will not be issued with a private…

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The World’s First All-Electric Sport Utility Truck Is Here and It Looks Badass!

The World’s First All-Electric Sport Utility Truck Is Here and It Looks Badass!

00 Bollinger Electric cars were first marketed towards environmentally conscious suburban families as a safe family vehicle – think the Toyota Prius. Tesla made them sexy and now Bollinger Motors are making them tough. The car company has just released the world’s first all-electric sports utility truck, and it looks great. The truck dubbed the B1 is all-electric but has all the features you want in a rugged all-terrain vehicle. While electric vehicles have plenty…

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New Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible1 concept August 19, 2017

00 Mercedes-Maybach 6 convertible concept1, a new version of the previously unveiled Maybach Vision, just debuted. It is a two-seater cabriolet with so much luxury to offer. Surprisingly, this road fortress is all-electric with a length of 20 feet and a whopping 750-horsepower. It is said to have a range of more than 200 miles on a single full charge. The open-roof Vision 6 cabriolet features same specs and engine like its predecessor. This is just…

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Magna’s new MAX4 self-driving platform offers autonomy up to Level 4

Magna’s new MAX4 self-driving platform offers autonomy up to Level 4

00 Top tier 1 automotive industry supplier Magna has introduced a new functional autonomous driving platform concept it’s showing off to automaker customers, which it says can work with any vehicle without impact to either car design or looks, and which can add scalable self-driving capabilities all the way up to SAE Level 4 (highly automated self-driving, which does not require human driver intervention). The MAX4 platform introduced by Magna, which it debuted to media…

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BMW adds a sport package to the i3 electric vehicle

BMW adds a sport package to the i3 electric vehicle

00 This package comes as part of the i3’s mid-model refresh and should add a boost to the little i3, which is already a blast to drive. The low curb weight and peppy electric powertrain results in a car that’s surprisingly quick and responsive. The 2018 i3S comes equipped with a motor that outputs 184 hp and 199 lb-ft. That’s a slight boost over the standard motor that has 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of…

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This Stunning All-Electric Concept Car Was Inspired by 1940s Open Wheel Racers

This Stunning All-Electric Concept Car Was Inspired by 1940s Open Wheel Racers

00 Nissan Motor Corporation and its luxury division INFINITI unveiled a retro-modern vehicle that serves as an emblem to the automotive’s past and future. The new INFINITI Prototype 9 was designed and built using traditional materials and techniques. At the same time, the luxury vehicle is outfitted with a next-generation prototype electric motor that has never been seen before on a production vehicle. [Image Source: INFINITI] Prototype 9: celebrating the past and future of the INFINITI brand To celebrate…

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Ethics and Engineering Behind Autonomous Cars

Ethics and Engineering Behind Autonomous Cars

00 Unmanned vehicles are a new and evolving industry, with implications not just in various job sectors, but the public’s everyday life. Each year we grow closer to fully automated vehicles, with companies vying for an early foothold in the new market front, releasing ever increasingly sophisticated and polished models to fight it out in the automotive arena. Most projections put full saturation of the market at 2070, and therefore we can expect that around 50% of…

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How Will Autonomous Vehicles Be Serviced?

How Will Autonomous Vehicles Be Serviced?

00 As autonomous technology grows more prevalent in production vehicles, it poses an interesting question to how we might service our cars in the future. If our cars will be able to drive themselves, couldn’t they just drive to get serviced themselves? From another angle of advancement, we are also moving towards more electric vehicles, which would mean the days of getting your oil changed could be behind you. How will all of this innovation…

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BMW M Congratulates Mercedes-AMG on 50th Anniversary With This Amusing Gift

BMW M Congratulates Mercedes-AMG on 50th Anniversary With This Amusing Gift

00 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the sports car and performance brand Mercedes-AMG. The German luxurious automobile brand Mercedes-AMG is celebrating their “50 Years of Driving Performance” this 2017. To equal the brand’s decades of luxurious service, they have extended the AMG GT family of sports cars to the new Mercedes-AMG GT C. To honor this milestone anniversary, the brand’s ultimate arch-rival, BMW M, gave them the loudest greeting through an ad that says…

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The Future of Driving | Ohio University

The Future of Driving | Ohio University

00 Over the next ten years, we’ll likely see driverless cars cruising alongside traditional autos on our roads. As the technology for self-driving cars is becoming more advanced and excitement grows, so do concerns and questions about their effect on the future of driving. To learn more, check out the infographic above created by Ohio University’s Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program. Technology Aiding Drivers – an Old Concept A completely driverless car…

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