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Yet another hint that Project Titan is for real.

Kurt Adelberger invented a new kind of smart charger for electric vehicles while working at Google. Now he's off to Apple, possibly to work on an EV project there as well.

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Chevy's 2016 Camaro SS is a fantastic piece of automotive engineering. It is also, apparently, very, very fast.

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The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating video of an officer allegedly spraying pepper spray into traffic at a pack of passing motorcyclists.

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CHAdeMO Association Europe installing 500+ multi-standard DC chargers in 2016

Five projects will add more than 500 new CHAdeMO/CCS Combo fast chargers, making transcontinental EV travel easier.

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The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving is switching its entire fleet over to Dodges and giving SRT owners lessons on how to get the most out of their high-performance vehicles.

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Tesla shows off its "solid metal snake" charger that can autonomously plug in to juice up any of Teslas past, present, and future vehicles.

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UPDATE: We've received confirmation from Tesla on details of the charging network, and have updated the text below accordingly.

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Fraunhofer Institute Says Yes

Imagine a day when charging is as simple as pulling into a parking space. No cords to untangle or trip over, nothing to get your hands and pants dirty and nothing to wrap up when you're already late leaving for work. Just park your car, and forget it. That's the beauty of charging wirelessly through electromagnetic induction. It's still a nascent technology, though - as least when it comes to electric vehicles - and not without its problems.

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"But wait, there's more!" Anyone who's watched late-night television is familiar with the telltale phrase of a spokesman looking to reel in a potential customer who may otherwise be disinterested in what's being advertised. Now, General Motors, faced with selling the first Cadillac extended-range plug-in vehicle to a public that may find it rather expensive, is throwing in a bonus. In this case, GM will give away a 240-volt home fast charger to "early" buyers of the Cadillac ELR, including profe

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