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Finland's capital has an ambitious plan to integrate all forms of shared and public transport systems to eliminate car ownership by 2025.

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BMW, Intel, and Mobileye are jointly developing the technology and believe it will be fully ready in five years.

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Translogic host Jonathon Buckley heads to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee to drive the 3D-Printed Utility Vehicle created by the US Department of Energy. It was developed alongside a 3D-printed home, and the two can share battery energy.

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Sahara Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg straps on special eye-tracking goggles to reveal an F1 driver's near-superhuman abilities.

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On the flip side, Texans and Pennsylvanians are still skeptical.

Volvo's latest survey reveals drivers in congested cities are ready for autonomous technology, while drivers in rural states are skeptical.

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Founder tickets 50% off general admission price

Get your tickets early and save a bundle before this sale ends.

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The city gets $140 million for electric, autonomous, and connected transport.

Columbus, Ohio has earned $140 million to be a living laboratory for the future of transport. Don't act so surprised.

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Thanks to the Blackbird, automotive content will never be the same.

The Blackbird can adjust its length and width, and tune its electric motors to mimic the driving characteristics of any car.

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Let's get all future-y on this one.

The University of Tokyo is working on in-wheel motors that get their energy through wireless induction charging, which hints at one amazing EV future.

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Tweet, tweet, tweet.

A short tour of the research posters at the EVS29 conference in Montreal.

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HTT's hyperloop could use augmented reality windows; Hyperloop One is ready to move stuff.

An example of how the two different Hyperloop companies are approaching their task can be seen in a new video and a new agreement.

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The classy city EV's battery size is pretty perfect for a US household.

At EVS29, BMW announces a new home energy system that uses new or old i3 battery packs.

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Daihatsu teams up with 3D printing company Stratasys for custom panels

If you want your Daihatsu to look like the surface of the moon, you got it.

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'It's coming,' one engineering director tells us.

At EVS29, Nissan finally admits that it is working on a next-gen Leaf with a 60-kWh battery pack that will be able to go over 200 miles on a charge.

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Mercedes's inductive charging system powers at a rate of 3.6 kilowatts.

Mercedes-Benz will add wireless-charging capabilities for the 2018 model-year S550e.

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Autonomous enthusiasts at Thunderhill Raceway and a visit with George Hotz.

Translogic host Jonathon Buckley heads to Thunderhill Raceway for the first Autonomous Track Day. We catch up with Silicon Valley entrepreneur and event organizer Joshua Schachter to find out if driverless cars will ever race themselves.

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At Autoblog we obsessively cover the auto industry. And we can see that the next 20 years will be the most transformational, exciting time in the history of transportation. That's why we're putting on Autoblog Upshift, a conference that will explore all aspects of the future of mobility.

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390 hp is ‘possible’ but 365 hp is more likely.

The upcoming SQ5, probably a 2018-model-year vehicle, will use a version of the electric compressor technology that debuted on the SQ7.

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The e-bio system solves part of the hydrogen infrastructure problem.

The system is expected to be marketed from 2020 onwards.

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UberRush went live in three US cities this week. Here's what it means.

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Will Amazon and Uber join Google in partnerships with Fiat for autonomous vehicles?

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