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  • Toyota Supra 2020 to Debut In January 2019 Detroit Auto Show

    The 2020 Toyota Supra is set to be unveiled at the Detroit auto show in January. What's more interesting is the fact that the first production version of this car will be sold at auction to the highest bidder.
  • Tesla’s Model 3 Will Be the Crazy Rich’s Toyota Corolla in 2019

    Two years ago it was just a speculation that the Palo Alto-based tech company will release their Tesla Model 3 in Asia earlier than in North America. This may soon become an inevitable reality.
  • Get Ready for Tesla's Self-Driving Cars

    Tesla is currently pushing a big update for its vehicles and it's reportedly called "Navigate on Autopilot."
  • The Takata airbag scandal is likely to expose Mazda and other automakers to more liabilities

    Mazda made a statement on Tuesday saying that an additional 156,000 cars and crossover SUVs will be subject to the massive recall to replace defective airbag components. The recall now includes about 40 million cars sold globally, and its likely to continue increasing.
  • Tesla Wants Model 3 Productions in China

    Aston Martin's Brexit headaches include electric vehicle production, earning reports, and fights over fuel-economy standards, all of these were included in the Morning Shift on Oct. 25, 2018.
  • Model Y Update: Prototype Progressing Well In Development; Tesla Reports Banner Quarter In Q3 Earnings Call

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed that he has approved the prototype for Model Y, the all-electric crossover SUV, indicating that it was doing well enough in the development phase to proceed with its production which is not expected to happen until 2020. At the company's quarterly earnings call, Musk made the disclosure, which analysts described as uncharacteristic of the otherwise outspoken tech CEO. He stopped short of issuing any specifics on the exact status of the development phase of Model Y, primarily because Tesla's existing manufacturing facilities are already nearing the limits of its capacity.
  • Isuzu, Nvidia Forging Partnership To Develop Self-Driving Trucks

    Japanese manufacturer Isuzu Motors has announced it is on the verge of collaborating with chipmaker Nvidia on self-driving technology, throwing their hat into the race to build autonomous trucks and other large commercial vehicles. Working together to achieve better results on self-driving technology was driven by the apparent shortage of drivers who are able to handle trucks of varying sizes, according to the chipmaker. By improving the level of autonomous driving in trucks would also lead to safer and less congested roads, the company added.
  • Five Things to Hate About Ford’s 2019 Ranger Raptor and Why

    We’ve all heard that the 2018 Ford Ranger Raptor is all great and amazing. However, can this Ranger Raptor truly have it all? Let’s take a closer look.
  • 2018 BMW X3, Mitsubishi ASX Sales Prove Japanese and EU Cars Still Preferred by Australian Car Owners

    Quarter by quarter Aussie’s doesn’t disappoint with their car sales going up. There is, however, a preferred car by Aussies this year. Car sales reports show European and Japanese automakers are highly preferred by the people from down under.
  • SUV Sales In Australia Up Bucking Motor Industry Downturn

    Vehicle sales in Australia continued its downturn, with total sales nationwide dipping nearly six percent year-on-year, according to statistics provided by VFACTS. The only bright spot for the motor industry in Australia belongs to the Sport Utility Vehicles, which recorded an increase, showing an indication that Aussies do love their hunky SUVs.
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