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  • First impressions of the Honda Civic Type R

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  • 2019 Honda NSX available in Thermal Orange

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    Something I know about myself is that I love the diversity that a creative job provides, that means I'd be rubbish at working on a production line, so I give credit to those who can. Appreciating the physical demands on employees, Ford is leveraging technology typically used by the...
  • Rio Tinto now has a 2.4 km autonomous train

    When most of us think Autonomous vehicles, we think about the cars of the future that’ll drive us everywhere while we check Facebook. In reality, industries like mining are leading the way with vehicle autonomy and Rio Tinto have just successfully trialed a massive train without the need for...
  • Watch the driverless Roborace take on Goodwood in 360

    The week the internet is full of videos from the famous Goodwood Festival of Speed. In 2018, something special happened, Roborace the soon to be racing category for engineers, not drivers, completed the hillclimb without a driver. The first-ever autonomous race car to complete the hillclimb marks an important...
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    3 major car companies – Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi announced the opening of a state-of-the-art National Distribution Centre in Melbourne. Given the 3 companies are all in the challenging automotive industry and therefore have similar needs, by teaming up, they can reduce the costs, so partnering makes loads of...
  • Is Drift Mode the latest trick from Tesla ?

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