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When Can You Buy a Driverless Car?

 

That is the question that many continue to ask.

To this point, Ford had said a fully autonomous car would be available for ride-sharing companies by 2021, but we were still waiting for any sort of announcement on when consumers would be able to purchase one.

Thanks to a new report from a Ford Executive, we now have a much clearer picture for when this driverless technology will be on the open market.
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Mercedes Pick-up Truck Coming to the US?

Would you buy a Mercedes-Benz pick-up truck? If you said yes, you might now have your chance.

Yes, you read that right… The upcoming X-Class midsize pickup wasn’t originally slated to roll out in the United States, but Volker Mornhinweg of the Mercedes Van Division said they are now reconsidering.

“In the past year the mid-sized truck market has come back a bit. General Motors is launching a mid-sized truck. We are watching developments…

 
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The All-New 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupes have Arrived!

 

Looking for the perfect combination of modern luxury and sport? Look no further than the all-new 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe. They have just arrived at Infiniti of Williamsville, and are ready for test drives.

The exterior is completely redesigned with daring curves, deep creases and flowing lines. Infiniti keeps the vehicle progressive and modern with eye-like headlights and its signature double-arch grille.

The Q60's interior offers true craftsmanship with available features such as dark…
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Toyota teases a prototype of the all-new 86 coupe

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Toyota is heading to California this weekend to debut a prototype for the all-new 2017 Toyota 86, the brand's new sport coupe. While the automaker hasn't blown the lid on any official release date, pricing, or technical specification information for the model, we can hope to see it by the end of summer or early fall.

If it looks familiar, it probably is; the new Toyota 86 has adopted the bones of the outgoing Scion FR-S, as Scion's model lineup slowly shifts and is integrated into the Toyota lineup. You can see design cues and common language…

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