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IBM wants to control your car at stoplights - 1984, here we come

No one is saying start-stop technology like the kind found in electric and hybrid vehicles isn't a great idea. We just told you about how BMW's 320d EfficientDynamics model is able to squeeze over 1000 miles out of a tank of diesel in part due to start-stop tech, for example. It's awesome, no doubt.

Tigers cap optional: Inside Line adds a Ferrari 308 to its long-term fleet

It's something many of us have thought while perusing the car listings. "You know, I could actually buy a 308," becomes part of our inner monologues as we see them tantalize us with prices equal to those of new cars normal people buy all the time. It's a fantasy of sorts. After all, for many of us Autobloggers, the 308 WAS Ferrari when we were kids. It was Magnum's ride. And it was cool.

RR of the Day: '84 BMW 633CSi

Back in 1976, BMW sought to produce a coupe that would be the spiritual successor to the CS and CSLs of the previous decade. In doing so, the E24 6-series was born.