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AeroMobile 3.0 flying car prototype debuts

AeroMobile 3.0 flying car prototype debuts

Flying cars are something that many have dreamed about for generations. A car that can drive on the road, park in the garage, yet take to the skies when the driver/pilot wants is something that is undeniably appealing to many of us. A company called Aeromobile has unveiled the AeroMobile 3.0 prototype flying car in Vienna this week. The prototype has had a successful maiden flight and was developed in ten months by a team of 12 people.

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Lotus Exige S automatic ditches the manual transmission

Lotus Exige S automatic ditches the manual transmission

The Lotus Exige has always been a lightweight car that is focused on driver dynamics and handling over raw performance, and to meet that goal it has always come with a manual transmission. Some out there prefer to have automatic transmissions with paddle shifters rather than the traditional three pedal setup Lotus has always offered. To make those customers happy, Lotus has just unveiled the Exige S Automatic.

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Honda Sensing Advanced Driver-Assistive system to debut on Honda Legend in Japan

Honda Sensing Advanced Driver-Assistive system to debut on Honda Legend in Japan

Honda is talking up a new driver assistive system that will be rolled out first in Japan on the all-new Legend. The driver assistive system is called Honda Sensing and it will launch in Japan before the end of the year on the new Legend before being rolled out to other vehicles in the future. Honda Sensing is a step towards a collision free society according to Honda.

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Citroen Devine DS concept car hints at brand’s future

Citroen Devine DS concept car hints at brand’s future

Citroen is a French automaker and one of those names that we don’t see here in the US. The company makes some interesting cars and it has been showing off a very cool concept car at the Paris Motor Show called the Citroen DS. Judging by the design elements of the car, the D in DS must stand for Diamond. The car sits very low to the ground with a height of 1.35m tall.

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Yamaha 01Gen dual sport 3-wheeler debuts

Yamaha 01Gen dual sport 3-wheeler debuts

Three wheelers were common on the off-road scene in the 80s before the four-wheeler made its debut. Three-wheelers had a bad name as being unsafe and unstable thanks to the single wheel in the front. Eventually the three-wheeler went the way of the dodo for off-roading and quads become the norm. On the street, trikes, which are street legal three-wheelers, have been common for decades and over the last several years, a change has happened for street trikes where some moved to dual wheels in the front and a single rear drive wheel.

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Behold, the world’s first Intelligent Car

Behold, the world’s first Intelligent Car

Amid chat of a new wave of smart vehicles for their Cadillac line this week, General Motors also made note of the first "Smart Car" they ever produced. Amongst the first smart vehicle concepts to have ever graced the showroom floor was the Firebird II. Today we’re having a brief look at what the future looked like in 1956.

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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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VIN Lookup makes it easier to search for recalled cars

VIN Lookup makes it easier to search for recalled cars

With millions of vehicles, motorcycles included, recalled in the US alone every year, owners sometimes have a hard time trying to keep updated. In order to give owners the weapon of knowledge, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has introduced a new search tool on their SaferCar.gov website that makes checking such kind of information easier.

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