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Jaguar Land Rover has settled on Slovakia as the preferred location for its next automotive assembly plant, and is now undertaking a feasibility study before committing to construction.


The Aeromobil flying car crashed during a test flight in Slovakia. The pilot was able to open the plane's parachute and keep damage to a minimum. He was also uninjured.


According to a report from Automotive News, bodies for the Bentley Bentayga will be shipped from Bratislava to Crewe, England, where they will be finished into fully operational vehicles.


California Automaker Will Only Say 'No Comment'

Ready for some far-flung Tesla news? How about a wild rumor out of Slovakia? You got it.


Electric vehicle infrastructure company Better Place has had its fair share of challenges in trying to get battery-swap technology off the ground. While they are still seeking $100 million in future investments, a Slovakia-based GreenWay has applied the same idea in a new way. The catch: GreenWay doesn't need $100 million to do it.


Picture it: one minute you're standing on your 12th story patio enjoying the fresh air, and the next you're falling from said balcony. Your first thought is that you're probably a goner. Then, as the ground approaches, you realize that the car below you may break your fall. Your next (and presumably last) thought would probably go something like "Oh great, it's a Smart C...(splat)."

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