Month: July 2020

Back in March, BMW said it would present a small number of X5 models powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology in 2022. That plan is still on track, according to a new report from Bloomberg, and BMW CEO Oliver Zipse says hydrogen tech “could have the potential to become another pillar in the portfolio of
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As cars get packed with more technology, the way information is delivered changes, too. Analog gauges are disappearing, and screens are taking over, showing everything from your speed to a full map right in front of you. Adding to the sea of change is the head-up display; once a tech feature exclusive to luxury brands,
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Your car would be unbearable to drive without its suspension. You’d likely need a chiropractic appointment by the time you made it out of your neighborhood. Not only does a suspension support (or suspend) the weight of a vehicle, it keeps body movements under control when you hit a bump and improves ride quality by
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In May 2019, online insurance aggregator NetQuote.com did a study swabbing vehicle interior touch points for bacteria in ride-hailing vehicles, rental cars, and taxis, then compared the findings against cultures from a toilet seat. (Hint: Maybe don’t read this while eating lunch.) The results predictably tracked the level of oversight each industry gets: Taxis were
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