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Audi Technology Finds a Parking Spot For You

Anytime you're in a parking garage - and especially in a big city like Atlanta - finding a parking spot can be a nightmare. Up and down rows upon rows of parking spots, looking for an empty one. That problem may soon be a thing of the past with Audi's autonomous technology. Audi plans to show off upgrades to the technology this January at the Consumer Electronic Show....

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Audi Lights the Way with New Technology

The new Audi A8, which hits showroom floors later this fall, will feature a world first: Audi Matrix LED headlights. With this new lighting technology, Audi continues to build their lead in the realm of automotive lighting.

The Matrix LED system splits the LED high beam into multiple individual, smaller lights that work together with a series of lenses. Each individual light is activated or deactivated depending on the situation. This allows for high-precision illumination…

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Volkswagen Gets 1 Step Closer to Automated Driving

VW Research Group has unveiled that they now have technology in place that will allow a vehicle to drive semi-automated on the highway up to 80mph. Referred to as Temporary Auto Pilot, it semi-controls tasks like braking, lane switching, and adaptive cruise control. We've seen the commercials about the vehicles that brake when you're about to hit an object and this takes it to the next level.



VW Research  Group has unveiled that they now have technology in place that will allow a vehicle to drive semi-automated on the highway up to 80mph. Referred to as Temporary Auto…
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Toyota Vehicle Recall Headlines Today

The Toyota recall and stop-sale underscores something that I've been saying for a while now:  Consumers should not make their buying decisions based solely on the perception of higher quality.  Most of the world's major automotive manufacturers are producing high-quality vehicles that are more or less comparable.
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