What you missed on 9.23.14
Like it or not, the Cayenne SUV is far and away the best-selling Porsche product. In fact, the Cayenne alone outsells every other Porsche model... combined. So when it came time to wholly refresh its bread-and-butter offering, Porsche kept it simple, with thoughtful updates and a new twin-turbo V6 that's more powerful and more efficient than the outgoing V8. Read all about it, here.
A look at the future of traffic enforcement
As we move toward an era of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, it stands to reason that the applications of this technology could reach far beyond that of its creators. Pete Bigelow explains how this sort of tech could be useful (even to our dismay) for law enforcement, with automated traffic violation systems. See what could be in store for the future, here.
Live from New York... it's Cadillac
Cadillac is indeed on the move. Today, General Motors announced that its luxury brand will have a new home in the super trendy Soho neighborhood of New York, NY. What's more, Cadillac will act as a separate business unit from the rest of GM, giving it a bit more autonomy within The General's portfolio. Of course, the whole operation isn't up and leaving Detroit, with a lot of the brand's manufacturing and engineering resources to remain at home.
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