If we transition to fully autonomous vehicles by addressing that remaining 20%, I may be the last person to believe the technology will get me safely to my destination.
Right, no special roadside sensors necessary. But there are limitations, especially in cold-weather climates, where snow and ice will obscure the camera's view of the lane markers.
Yes, a miscalculation on the part of the brilliant brand managers back in the day at General Motors.
Great comments, HugoTheImpaler. I'm afraid motorcycle sales may suffer as people realize how clueless so many drivers are these days. It's all very sad.
Nope, it's a 12V lead-acid plus a 12V Li-ion battery. That's what the senior JCI engineers told me.
You could be right on all fronts, IS228979. I was thinking the same thing. Such are the unseemly effects of CAFE. But let's reserve judgment until we've at least driven each engine.
Why is that genalorainne? is a 911 less prone to motion sickness? Or is it the exorbitant price for a 911 Turbo?
I think you will be impressed with the new XC90. It carries over a lot of classic Volvo design cues while integrating some new ones.
I realize this digital conversation is happening already, HugoTheImpaler, but it's still in reasonably limited circumstances and among a small number of vehicles tied in with emerging technologies...
Agreed, is228979. Note also the extensive tweaks to the 2.3L EcoBoost, a brand-new engine that just launched in the Mustang. I asked if those tweaks will surface in the Mustang, and Ford assures...