Archive for October 19th, 2013

Auto Review: BMW M6 Gran Coupe Is Far More Car Than Meets The Eye – International Business Times


International Business Times
Auto Review: BMW M6 Gran Coupe Is Far More Car Than Meets The Eye
International Business Times
The Gran Coupe's name itself seems contradictory, given its four doors, since "coupe" normally evokes two. But that says something about the car's sensibilities: It is in a category by itself, a car that knows what it's good at and doesn't feel the

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JudgeService introduces new tool for automotive dealers – Automotive Business Review

JudgeService introduces new tool for automotive dealers
Automotive Business Review
British car dealer reviews provider JudgeService will introduce its new opportunity tracking tool, known as ProAct, for car dealers. ProAct enables car dealers to turn lost business opportunities into secure sales, whilst boosting their customer

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After Running Hot, Market for Used Cars Is Cooling – New York Times


New York Times
After Running Hot, Market for Used Cars Is Cooling
New York Times
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — It was 9:30 on a recent Tuesday morning at Manheim Riverside, a wholesale auto auction, and more than a thousand used-car dealers were mulling in the desert heat. The bidders had gathered on the perimeters of Manheim's 10 lanes 

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China loves vintage US cars, despite legal roadblocks – USA TODAY

China loves vintage US cars, despite legal roadblocks
USA TODAY
China is becoming choked with automobile traffic in many of its cities, and authorities have banned from the roads vehicles over 15 years old out of concern that the older cars create more pollution. So importing classic cars is especially difficult

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Happy Arachtober! There Are Spiders in Your Car – Wired

Happy Arachtober! There Are Spiders in Your Car
Wired
You probably have spiders in and around your car all the time. That's part of living in a biological world. Spiders in cars are a problem primarily when the big apes driving the cars freak out. Just talking about spiders while driving increases driving
Toyota Recalls 870000 Buggy Cars — Actually, Spidery24/7 Wall St.

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Another Cars sequel? There’s just no vroom – The Guardian


The Guardian
Another Cars sequel? There's just no vroom
The Guardian
Michael Wallis, an expert on America's iconic Route 66 and the voice of Sheriff in the previous two Cars movies, told WGBZ radio in Illinois that the next film in the series will return to Lightning McQueen's adopted hometown of Radiator Springs. That
Is Pixar Planning 'Cars 3? For 2018?ScreenCrush
'Cars 3' Is In The Works At Pixar [Rumor]The Inquisitr
Voice actor says 'Cars 3' in the works, will feature California's Route 99Hypable
Flickering Myth (blog) –/FILM –We Got This Covered
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Anki’s robot cars aren’t the Hot Wheels of your youth. They could be something … – Washington Post (blog)


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Anki's robot cars aren't the Hot Wheels of your youth. They could be something
Washington Post (blog)
There are lots of ways to describe AnkiDrive, a new app-controlled toy set that lets players customize the specs of actual model cars. You could call it a video game, or a smart toy. Just don't call it a remote-controlled car. That's a label that Anki
Anki Drive's tiny, iPhone-controlled toys are the pace cars for a robot revolutionThe Verge
Anki's Self-Driving Race Car Toys Will Launch On Oct. 23rd — We Go Hands OnTechCrunch
Remember Those Crazy Toy Cars at WWDC? They're Called Anki Drive and TIME
DVICE –The Next Web –Geek
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That Millennial Who Hates Cars Actually Gets A Few Things Right – Jalopnik

That Millennial Who Hates Cars Actually Gets A Few Things Right
Jalopnik
Like most of you, I watched the rant by Popular Science editor and Millennial Dave Mosher about why he doesn't care about cars with a mix of horror and bewilderment. But the more I watched his rant, the more I realized that he's right about quite a few

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