BMW Keeps It Simple

Nearly one hundred years ago, in the southern part of Germany that borders the Czech Republic, and Austria, Bavarian Motor Works was founded. Headquartered in Munich, inside the state of Bavaria, BMW started their company creating powerful engines and motorcycles. It didn’t take very long for them to break into the vehicle game with the…

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Lexus Creates Hoverboard

When one thinks of a hoverboard, you might automatically think of the Back To The Future Trilogy when young Marty McFly rides the hoverboard through town. For us 80’s kids, we really didn’t think that it would come to pass as it seemed a little too out of this world. As it turns out, fiction…

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Automakers Won’t Share Data Tech Partners Like Apple

In the golden age of technology that we live in today, everyone wants to invade our space with the latest and greatest tech. This is true for your automobile as well. Automakers are partnering with companies like Apple, Google, and other big players to bring you the best of the best technology in your vehicle,…

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Ford Car To Park Itself

Self driving vehicles, cars that can talk to each other, and all kinds of technological advancements are being made in vehicles today. There is lane change assist technology, back up camera’s, blind spot detection, and even the ability to connect our smartphones to our automobiles. Ford is forging into the frontier when it comes to…

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2016 Chevrolet Colorado Features Duramax

The Chevrolet Colorado is a tough and rugged truck offering both comfort and functionality to those who need it. Now, the fastest selling truck in the market is offering an available turbo-diesel engine. The 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Duramax diesel will offer mid-sized truck capability and efficiency to drivers. This will be the cleanest diesel truck…

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New Jersey Makes it Illegal to Roll Coal

“Rolling Coal” is a term used for the added emissions that can be emitted from a diesel powered vehicle.  This process is achieved through retrofitting the vehicle, which typically costs between a few hundred and several thousand dollars.  The practice of “rolling coal” makes it possible for drivers to emit this black smoke on command,…

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