Tag Archives: Car Tech

Finding the difference between 17-, 18- and 19-inch tires

There's a balance to be found when you're on the hunt for a set of wheels and tires for your vehicle. Do you prioritize comfort over performance? Are you looking to increase the handling capability and feel of your car? Perhaps you want to wind up somewhere in the middle of the two ends of the...

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ZF, Hella team up for self-driving car tech

Combining their understanding of cameras and radar, German automotive suppliers Hella and ZF have entered into a strategic partnership that they say will pave the way forward for their efforts in teh field of self-driving cars. The two firms made their announcement Tuesday at a joint press...

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More of the 2019 Audi A8 revealed in new teasers

Audi has released two new videos that reveal more of its upcoming fourth-generation A8 flagship sedan. Both videos only provide glimpses of the new sedan which will be revealed to the world on July 11, but they also show some of its cool new electronic driver aids in action. The first video...

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Congress wants to clear road for self-driving in every state

Nearly 80 bills in 30 states are winding their ways through state legislatures to tackle just one issue: self-driving cars. That's become a significant burden for the auto industry and legislators who are eager to usher in safer cars for public roadways, Congress heard this week. On...

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Watch an engine get cut in half

An engine is a fairly stout piece of machinery. It has to be strong, seeing as it's a container for the explosions that occur constantly when your car is running. It's those explosions that create the power to move your vehicle. Fluids run through your engine to help keep the explosions happening...

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Why the Volkswagen VR6 engine is likely dying

The Volkswagen VR6 has been an incredible addition to the vast timeline of automotive engines. It saves space like an inline 4-cylinder, yet allows for increased power and torque production like the V-6 that it always has been. It made its debut before the days of mass-market turbocharging, and, at...

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