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Posts Tagged: technology
Great sound, less filling
Deep dive inside F1 engine
Knowing your priorities is key
Things that make you go “Wow!”
Canada outpaces United States in attracting first-time luxury shoppers
The arrival of autonomous cars is impending
No more calling your bookmaker for the quickest route through town
Current trends and future visions
You can standardize features, not safety or sense
Survey determined collision avoidance tech is most used and desired
Patented tech designed to improve maneuverability, high-speed stability
Infiniti presses fast-forward on VCR engine technology
A close-up look at carbon fibre, and how it’s slowly shifting to the mainstream.
As vehicles become more fuel efficient than ever, used cars present more features and systems that should be inspected before purchase.
Kia’s autonomous driving efforts revolve around passengers – and drivers.
All the small things.
Next-level phone integration technology is launching now, and will become a very big deal.
Advanced tech and engineering help new Malibu Hybrid put the kibosh on common compromises.
Modern automobiles contain a sophisticated array of active and passive safety systems. Though autonomous vehicles are on the distant horizon, many of the essential technologies can already be found in cars on the road today. Here’s a look at how the state of the art in electronic safety systems has evolved over time. General Motors…
Crashing a car used to be so easy….
Photos by Justin Pritchard, and Courtesy of the Manufacturers Brakes are one of the least glamorous yet most important parts of your ride. Acceleration, torque and horsepower might be the go-to figures touted when boasting about your ride, but ultimately it’s the brakes that keep all of the above in check. Nobody spouts stopping distance,…