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Peugeot Quartz concept boasts innovative cabin materials

Peugeot Quartz concept boasts innovative cabin materials

Giving hybrid doubters something mull over, Peugeot has unveiled its latest crossover, the Quartz concept. Aside from a rather futuristic-looking exterior that unambiguously shouts out its athletic personality, the Peugeot Quartz concept's "sedan half" also flaunts new cabin materials and processes that not only add passenger comfort and class, but also a bit of environmental consciousness as well.

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This is the new 2016 Mazda MX-5

This is the new 2016 Mazda MX-5

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of its MX-5 line, Mazda has pulled off the covers from the 2016 Mazda MX-5 "Miata", the fourth of its breed. Combining the engine optimizations of Mazda's SKYACTIV technology and the aesthetics of its KODO "Soul of Motion" design language, this two-seater sports car bears a contour and an experience that justifies its "Roadster" moniker in Japan.

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Land Rover Discovery Sport: a versatile 5+2 seater SUV

Land Rover Discovery Sport: a versatile 5+2 seater SUV

Jaguar Land Rover has just unveiled the first member of its new Discovery family of cars, the Land Rover Discovery Sport. As the name would suggest, this SUV exudes a personality of adventure, boasting of versatile functionality both within and without, 5+2 seating capacity in the space of a regular 5 seater, and two engine options starting in 2015.

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Über creates fake city to improve driver, passenger experience

Über creates fake city to improve driver, passenger experience

Uber is really, really serious about making their service work for everyone. So much so, they went through the trouble of making a fake city to better analyze how their system worked, and give drivers invaluable feedback on how to maximize their time and earnings. It’s a stroke of genius, and a look at the lengths Uber is willing to go for us to be happy using them.

UK to allow self-driving cars on public roads starting 2015

UK to allow self-driving cars on public roads starting 2015

By January next year, residents of the UK might start seeing cars without drivers, or at least without manual driver interference, on public roads. The legalization of these types of autonomous vehicle is part of the country's efforts to bill itself as place that is conducive for building and testing self-driving cars.

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Jaguar Land Rover wants to keep information at eye level

Jaguar Land Rover wants to keep information at eye level

Automaker Jaguar Land Rover wants to make driving safer by keeping drivers from having to take their eyes off the road even to look down at their dashboards. Somewhat ironically, it plans to do this by putting such vital pieces of information on the car's windshield itself, developing what it calls a Virtual Windscreen.

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This smart car won’t let you drive when drunk

This smart car won’t let you drive when drunk

Now here's a "connected car" that might have better judgment than some drivers. A concept car unveiled by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association features not only a load of hi-tech devices and wireless connectivity options but can also make some decisions and take action in cases when the driver can't.

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