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Self-Driving Cruise Taxi Is Broadsided By a Prius in San Francisco and No One Knows What Happened

A little more than a month ago, GM’s Cruise received a permit to start charging passengers for rides in its autonomous, driverless robotaxis. It was a major milestone for the service. A day later, on June 3, one of those robotaxis was involved in a crash

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VW Designed a Secret Successor to the Phaeton That Would Never Come to Be

The Volkswagen Phaeton was first thrust on the world in 2002, when the firm launched its vision for how a real luxury car should look and perform. It won countless fans, including current and former Jalops, but was killed off in 2016. Now, the firm has u

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Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2: What Do You Want to Know?

Ford has had something of a chokehold on the off-road truck market for a while now, but Chevrolet is ready to introduce a competitor. Enter the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2, the brand’s flagship off-roader that’s ready to rock and roll. I have the pleasur

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Amtrak Service Returns to Canada After 2 Years Away

It seems like an eternity ago when the U.S.-Canada border closed in March 2020, as a part of numerous actions taken by the American and Canadian federal governments to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The closure was initially scheduled to last for a mont

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