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Ford Police Interceptors Kill Coronavirus with Extreme Heat

Ford Police Interceptors Kill Coronavirus with Extreme Heat
In the course of duty, Police officers have to transport strangers in their vehicles. This can create all kinds of health risks, as you don’t know what sort of illnesses their passengers might be carrying. Cop cars often use plastic rear seats that can be hosed down and cleaned with disinfectants.
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Jaguar Shows off How Its Electric Cars Will Make Sounds for Safety

Jaguar Shows off How Its Electric Cars Will Make Sounds for Safety
With Teslas, Bolts, I-PACEs, and E-TRONs, the era of pure electric cars is upon us, and their presence will only will expand over the coming years, as companies look to reduce greenhouse gasses and the use of traditional combustion engines.
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Ford First to Test Autonomous Cars at MCity

Ford First to Test Autonomous Cars at MCity
Ford has announced that it is the first automaker to test its autonomous cars at the new University of Michigan test facility called MCity. The test facility is a simulated city environment spanning 32 acres. The test location has fake city streets, traffic signals, curb cuts, bike lanes, hydrants, sidewalks, signs, construction zones, and traffic control devices.
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How Do You Stop a 1,000 MPH Car?

How Do You Stop a 1,000 MPH Car?
The team from Bloodhound SSC is aiming to break the land speed record with their jet- and rocket-powered car that will some day reach an insane 1,000MPH. In this clip, the Bloodhound mechanical design lead Brian Coombs explains just exactly what it takes to slow down the vehicle at the end of its run, and bring it safely to a stop before it reaches the edge of its desert runway.
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Audi James 2025: The Cockpit of the Future

Audi James 2025: The Cockpit of the Future
During the 2014 CeBIT consumer electronics show, Audi introduced a prototype of what it thinks could be the future of automotive cockpits. The Audi James 2025 concept provides a glimpse into potential future functionality and design.
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Toyota’s Wireless Charging Station Goes into Testing

Toyota’s Wireless Charging Station Goes into Testing
Toyota has announced it will begin testing a wireless charging system in Japan that will allow plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles to recharge without a physical connection. The Toyota system uses magnetic resonance technology to deliver 2 kilowatts of power and should be able to fully charge a battery in about 90 minutes.
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Porsche LMP1 Driving Simulator

Porsche LMP1 Driving Simulator
Car companies maintain a wide variety of methods for testing out the driving characteristics of their cars. While an actual race track is probably the best way to go hands-on with a car, sometimes vehicles aren’t yet ready to be driven, or weather conditions prevent testing.
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