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Ram brand chief says technology is to blame for Consumer Reports shameful result


During the latest release of the annual Consumer Report reliability study, the readers of the influential US magazine unanimously panned the brands of the recently merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. With all of the brands present on the US market placed at the bottom, Chrysler ousted its quality chief the day after Consumer Reports presented the report and now executives swarm ...
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US: analysts give the thumbs up to self-driving cars and fuel economy technologies
During an analysts conference held last week in the US, the industry experts praised the evolution of automakers towards the introduction of autonomous cars and further advancing their fuel-saving techniques. That’s ...
Cars are getting smarter than ever
With the advent of the automated vehicles and connected cars that can talk to each other and the surroundings, there’s a normal transition period – in which cars are getting ...
Buyers should have the possibility to opt out of new tech features
Ford Motor Co Executive Chairman, Bill Ford, said that new technologies which allow cars to communicate with each other or drive themselves might scare some people and the industry needs ...
Smart cars lure investors
Although the automakers are the ones that actually – for the most part – are set to put on the streets the new intelligent cars of the future, investors are ...
Trucks without drivers to be introduced in the Netherlands
The ongoing drive to introduce the driverless cars – vehicles that do no need the assistance of a driver to navigate traffic, could soon get heavy weight support. That’s because the ...
Aston Martin to focus on hand-made luxury
Investors are confident in the British luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd., even though the company still posts losses and only expects to come to the “green” are ...
Autonomous cars represent the future, but do we really want them?
The autonomous car history started all the way back in 1925 when Houdina Radio Control has shown a radio-controlled driverless car, travelling New York City streets on Broadway and Fifth ...
Technology makes life easier for every motorist
Automakers are currently engaged in a technology war, which unlike the real one doesn’t make human victims, rather improves the life they have behind the wheel. While a big portion of ...
[VIDEO] Land Rover’s transparent hood tech gets detailed
Land Rover has revealed the transparent hood tech which will come on the Discovery Vision Concept. Did you ever think what could come out from the love of a Land Rover ...

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