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Nissan design is about to get much more Japanese

Design boss thinks Nissan lost touch with the culture that gave it birth

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CES 2020 and Carlos Ghosn | Autoblog Podcast #609

Plus Genesis G70, Chevy Blazer and Hyundai Santa Fe

Plus Genesis G70, Chevy Blazer and Hyundai Santa Fe

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Nissan e-4ORCE Prototype First Drive | Nissan's performance future is electric

The Leaf-bodied prototype shows promise for a return to fun cars

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Feds pledge to keep their hands off the wheel regarding self-driving

Trump administration offers principles at CES — but no regulations

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VW creates standalone division to develop autonomous tech

Startup Argo AI will bolster VW Autonomy's development efforts

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We try on these Honda Xcelerator exoskeletons that may eventually steal your job

Devices give workers a boost, but should we 'flesh motors' be concerned?

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Nissan's all-wheel-drive EV powertrain will be called e-4ORCE

It will debut in a production version of the Ariya SUV

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Panasonic's connected miniature fire truck has niches to fill

Partner Tropos Motors specializes in little emergency and cargo vehicles

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Nissan unveils new lightweight sound-deadening material for cars

Weighs one-fourth of traditional sound insulation with the same capability

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Hyundai, Uber bring urban mobility by sky and road to CES

Air taxi and autonomous shuttle meet at the S-Hub

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Toyota plans to build 175-acre 'Woven City' of the future housing 2,000 people

It'll have it all: Autonomy, robots, personal mobility, smart homes, AI

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Audi AI:Me Concept First Ride | Pointing the way forward

The AI:Me is a rolling showcase of technology

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Amazon is showcasing its big push into cars and transportation at CES

Rivian, GM and FCA are among the many partners

The Seattle retail and cloud services powerhouse plans to use the annual technology show in Las Vegas to unveil its plan to be a major player in self-driving vehicle technology, connected cars, electric vehicles and management of the torrents of data generated by automakers and drivers, company executives told Reuters. Amazon Web Services, which provides large-scale cloud computing and data management services, is central to Amazon's strategy. "We really are extending ourselves more and more o

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