How It Feels to Driveand Crashthe First-Ever Mid-Engine Corvette

“Just drive through that barrier, ” the expres says into my headset. I’m a bit sounded, having spun off the racetrack and straight-shooting to the wrong side of said barricade, simply moments into my first drive of the 2020 Chevrolet…

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Why ‘Moon Shot’ Has No Place in the 21st Century

This story is part of a series commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. When Marc Antony’s troops allowed their Parthian enemies to set their siege line on fire in 36 BC, their enraged com­mander knew what punishment…

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Cheaper Lidar, a Self-Driving Deal, and Other Car News This Week

By now, anybody watching the self-driving car space is familiar with the “trough of disillusionment, ” the stage of the Gartner hype cycle that follows the “peak of overstated expectations, ” and–for the lucky ones–precedes the “slope of enlightenment.” This…

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These Cities Will Track Scooters to Get a Handle on Regulation

It’s moving day for a controversial data standard that has pitted cities against some private transportation companies, like Uber and Lyft, that want to operate on their streets. Tuesday, 15 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, San Francisco,…

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Waymo Goes Global With Renault-Nissan Partnership

Waymo has signed an agreement to work with Renault and Nissan on issues smothering self-driving car technology, the companies said Thursday. The partnership, which the companies call a “first step, ” doesn’t currently include immediate plans to launch Waymo self-driving…

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A Shitty Robot Tesla Truck, Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency, and More News

Facebook is unveiling a cryptocurrency, a YouTuber spoofed up her Tesla, and US cyber professionals is concerned at battle with Russia. Here &# x27; s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this…

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Audi Recall, Shifting Alliances, and More Car News This Week

If you’re not making adjustments, you’re not learning, right? Isn’t that the same reasons every tech conference repetition with the word “iteration”? This week, we find abundance of course chastenings. Audi recalled a few E-Trons over a faulty grommet, a…

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Electric Buses, Quiet Tires, and More Car News This Week

The official start of summer is around the corner, which symbolizes it’s about to get reasonably heated for us here in the US. So it’s appropriate that we were all about electric nonsense this week. We wondered why electric buses…

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Hybrid Ferraris! Flying Cars! And More Car News This Week

We’re a lot like you: We adore insignificant peeks into the future. This week, WIRED Transportation came various insignificant glimpses into the future. We previewed a brand-new payment system for New York City’s subways and bus, which could allow the…

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A Tesla Model S burst into flames out of nowhere

Image: Tesla Tesla is espousing the growing demand for consumers to be able to fix stuff themselves by liberate a series of do-it-yourself leader for the Model 3. The idea here is to allow owners to fix a range of…

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