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    Video: Meet Germany's ultra-aerodynamic car from 1939 [w/video]
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    By most historical accounts, the period between the first and second world wars was not a great time. Economic collapse, an entire continent in shambles, prohibition and the rise of the Nazis are the prime lowlights of the 1920s and 1930s. But, there was one small ray of excitement in this ...

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    Read This: Why do Russian drivers have so many dash cams? [w/video]
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    These days, it seems like the internet runs on the fuel of Russian dash cam videos. From clips showing meteors falling from the sky to plane crashes and close calls, it almost seems as if every driver on Russian roads is filming at all times. As it turns out, that's nearly true. According to ...

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    Report: Speed bumps used to diagnose appendicitis?
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    This... doesn't seem right, but just bear with this report from Wired. It seems as though driving over speed bumps can reveal those who are enduring acute appendicitis. This was a rumored thing among medical circles based purely on anecdotal data, but now there is an empirical study by the ...

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    Video: Watch Wired go hands-on with Tesla Model S 4.0
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    Our friends at Wired recently got their hands on the latest software release for the Tesla Model S. The 4.0 release adds a few interesting bits of functionality to the EV, including voice control for the navigation and telephone systems as well as Slacker Radio. Tesla employed Google ...

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    Development of Porsche 918 supercar progressing nicely
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    "This is most definitely not a Prius." So says ex-Autoblog staffer Damon Lavrinc in a story written for Wired. The non-Prius-esque vehicle to which he's referring? The Porsche 918. We know all about the concept and how it stole the show at the at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. We know that interest ...

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    Anatomy of a race driver proves hardcore required
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    Yes, racing is a sport, even NASCAR. Talented people always make difficult things look easy, but wrestling a vehicle traveling well in excess of one-hundred miles an hour would beat down most mortals in short order. Wired has put up an informative rollover-fest that gives credence to the idea that ...

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