DETROIT – With car buyers, federal regulators and the media questioning the safety of electronic controls in automobiles in light of the sudden-acceleration scandal engulfing Toyota Motor Corp., Audi of America Inc. is set to enter the debate. Later this year, the importer will send an Audi TTS up to the top of Pikes Peak in Colorado – without a driver behind the wheel. Dubbed the Autonomous Audi TTS, the car is a result of a collaboration between Audi’s Electronic Research Laboratory ...

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