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Volvo is teaming up with Microsoft to use its HoloLens technology to show cars to prospective customers. HoloLens using augmented reality to add digital images to the real world.
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Lane-keeping assistance. Blind-spot warnings. Automatic perpendicular parking. Can Ford's latest high-tech driving aids make a believer out of a high-performance driving enthusiast?
Computerworld's Lucas Mearian shows off features and highlights of the 2016 Ford Escape with the new QNX-based SYNC 3 in-vehicle infotainment system.
Jon Phillips takes Ford's newest halo Mustangs on the renown 11-turn road course. Gushing driving impressions ensue.
American cars aren't supposed to handle this well. But now Ford has a car designed to go toe-to-toe with BMW and Porsche on twisty road courses.
High-tech cars aren't just about parking assist and electric motors. Listen to Ford CTO Raj Nair geek out on lightweight materials and aerodynamics you've never seen in a production car.
With an insanely light carbon fiber chassis, the Alfa Romeo 4C rejects the hottest automotive tech trends, and even flouts convention in the performance car space.
This self-driving car is a rolling living room, where you can relax or work while the car handles the logistics.
Nvidia CEO Jen Hsun Huang unveiled Drive PX, a Tegra-based deep learning network system for self-driving cars.
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