BMW Takes Its Self Driving Cars to China

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BMW’s autonomous driving technology heads to the streets of Shanghai and Beijing with the hopes of building its unique features for the drivers of China.

The self driving cars from the luxury automaker have already driven several thousands of miles on the European streets and have autonomously defeated the most challenging racetrack of the world- Nurburgring. At present, following 5 years of strenuous research, testing and development is right on its home lawn as the BMW is partnering with the largest search engine of China- Baidu to begin testing these self driving cars on the freeways of China.

2015 Subaru Impreza Receives Added Refinement and Visual Twists

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The new Subaru Impreza, stepping into its fourth generation, comes as fully competent and attractive package.
2015 Impreza gets a slight revamp for the model year. Though it hasn’t received much of mechanical tweaks, there are several thoughtful revisions in store for the refreshed model.

The most noticeable of all changes is the front end, which has been touched up a little with a refreshed lower fascia that appears to be a bit more aggressive than its precursor. The higher end models are incorporated with fog lamps. At the rear, a new lip spoiler can be found on the sedans, which enhances the aerodynamics.

General Motors Issues 2015 Chevy Corvette Stingray Stop Delivery Orders

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General Motors has given 2 stop-delivery orders on around 2,800 2015 Chevy Corvette Stingray units to its dealers, citing the vehicles to have issues with the parking brake cables and driver airbag.

Alan Adler, a company spokesperson said they hadn’t issued a public recall yet on the new Corvette.

The stop-delivery order due to airbag problems alone includes around 2,000 units, while the remaining 800 Corvettes have been issues stop-delivery order for parking brake cable problems.

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