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The digital assistant will be rolled out globally.

It's both an in-car and smartphone app.

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Especially the Model 3.

Saving profiles in the cloud is convenient if a car has multiple drivers.

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FenSens makes parking safe and simple with a smart license frame & automated hands-free mobile app experience. This aftermarket device adds parking sensors to any vehicle. This product is patent pending, expected May of 2017.

FenSens makes parking safe and simple with a smart license frame & automated hands-free mobile app experience. This aftermarket device adds parking sensors to any vehicle. This product is patent pending, expected May of 2017.

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Unlike the competition, all cars are privately owned.

Think Turo, only facilitated by Mercedes-Benz.

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Yep, it's probably gonna have apps and car sharing.

MOIA is the name, mobility is its game.

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Volvo has solutions for the tedious parts of car ownership.

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You can now relive your trackday moments on your smartphone.

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Navdy is the new Dash-mountable heads-up display.

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Coffee company Komeda wants to incentivize Japanese drivers to put down the phone.

US insurance companies may want to adopt this idea.

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How about a hoverboard that follows you around and carries all your stuff?

These clever features probably won't be available anytime soon, but they're still cool and - even cooler - grounded in reality.

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160 cities are currently supported, but more could be added in the future.

You don't even have to have a Ford to use it.

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And access the vehicle's status, as well.

BMW continues to expand its BMW ConnectedDrive suite of services.

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Android Auto will soon run entirely on your phone while offering the same features as if it were connected to your dash.

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Passes start at $25 for 24 hours or $200 for a month-long subscription.

The bus line – Loopr calls it the Green Line – runs around the city hitting up dispensaries, breweries, clubs, and sports bars in a cloud of smoke.

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The app just became more useful to jetsetters.

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Uber promises never to describe its service as the "safest ride on the road" or call its background check process "the gold standard" again. That's one of the terms it agreed to when it hashed out a settlement agreement with the San Francisco and Los Angeles District Attorney's offices.

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