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  • The Real-World Metaverse belongs in the automotive cockpit

    The Real-World Metaverse belongs in the automotive cockpit

    “Metaverse” is one of the hottest topics these days, spearheaded by Meta Platforms Inc. (then Facebook) riding on the successes of its Oculus virtual reality (VR) headset. While the Metaverse is intimately related to VR, there is also the real-world version of Metaverse that has been generating quite a bit of excitement recently. Here we’ll […] More

  • Regulation of self-driving vehicles: the recommendations of the Law Commissions

    Regulation of self-driving vehicles: the recommendations of the Law Commissions

    Chris Heitzman outlines the Law Commission’s final recommendations for AV law changes and how this could impact fleet managers keen on automatising their fleet On the 26 January 2022, the Law Commission and Scottish Law Commission published their final report making recommendations for the safe and responsible introduction of self-driving vehicles. The report recommends introducing […] More

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    All cars should weigh a tonne or less

    As anyone who has worked from home in the past six months will tell you, weight gain is usually horrific. The extra effort needed to move the extra fat makes the simple things more difficult and difficult things nearly impossible. At this point, you may be wondering what is the cause of the heavy car […] More

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    New Jeeps Revealed – Electric Wrangler 4xe & Wagoneer Redux

    Something new and something retro FCA this week revealed two major new products of its Jeep brand. One is the next logical development of one of the automaker’s most legendary nameplates and the other revives a classic to reclaim the throne in a segment it pioneered. Wrangler 4xe (pronounced 4byE according to Jeep) is the […] More

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    Top electric cars : N°03 Tesla Model S

    Tesla Model S “There’s no denying the Model S is a mightily impressive achievement – and from a company whose only previous credit was a Lotus Elise-based roadster. A usable amount of range, decent handling and plenty of tech-y appeal, the Model S has made the mainstream manufacturers sit up and take notice.” Overview What […] More

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    Tested: 2004 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6

    Daimler-Benz’s mixed DNA and the Chrysler Corporation produced their first offspring in 2003, and hairdressers cheered. The Crossfire is just the kind of ready-to-wear floral that appeals to people in the fine art world. Crossfire definitely looks good.The car’s name is also an unintended pun on DaimlerChrysler; Since their 1998 merger, executives have been regularly […] More

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    What you need to know about the 2020 Toyota Highlander

    The new 2020 Highlander is coming to us soon, but what do you expect? Find it here. Slow but steady Toyota has taken its time to modernize the Highlander as it continues to sell hundreds of thousands of Highlander cars each year. No need to break something that isn’t broken, right? But in the end, […] More