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Keep an eye out for the adorable little clown car, tooling along at 25 mph on the suburban streets of Google's hometown.
Google's self-driving vehicles have been involved in 12 minor accidents since 2009.
You'll be able to plug your iPhone into a range of vehicles from the tiny Spark to the hulking Suburban, and even the new Volt.
The models range from the entry-level Spark to the hulking Suburban and even the Corvette, but some cars will get it before others. Here are the details.
"This vehicle is part of our early research efforts regarding mapping, safety and autonomy systems."
Android Auto was formulated to be distraction-free. Unfortunately, my experiences with it have been anything but.
A "safety driver" will be onboard and will use a removable steering wheel to take over if there are any mishaps
Google says in all cases, there was only light damage and no injuries. And Google, apparently, was never at fault.
Many of the AT&T projects being shown are close to being completed.
Forget about Teslas, Google cars and Apple cars. The 2017 Ford GT is a high-tech tour-de-force, and Ford does it all with a gasoline engine, lightweight materials and advanced aerodynamics.
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.
Android Auto isn't readily available yet, which might make the decision to install it in your car a little difficult. Here's what you need to know if you're thinking about upgrading.
The eCall system will automatically dial 112, Europe's single emergency number, in case of a crash.
Go ahead, take your hands off the wheel.
Three of the five new NEX systems support Android Auto, and all support Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink, making them notably versatile among aftermarket systems.