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Carrie, Waleed & Pete are joined at the desk by not only everyone`s favourite regulars but some other newsworthy names as well.

Joining them will be Steve Price, Jennifer Byrne, Dr. Andrew Rochford, Natasha Stot Despoja, Anthony ‘Lehmo` Lehmann, Steve Vizard, Todd Sampson, Waleed Aly, Meshel Laurie and Kitty Flanagan, just to name a few. Continue reading

Vandal Torches one thousand nine hundred seventy Ford Mustang Mach one Wielded by Disabled Child

Nothing in the world matters more to seven-year-old Nino Welcome than his bright orange one thousand nine hundred seventy Ford Mustang Mach 1, lovingly restored by his grandfather and given to him as a bday present in May. Continue reading

Upcoming cars in India 2017

We’ve already witnessed many fresh models, facelifts, next generation models and mild upgrades in the year 2017, but it turns out the year still has a lot in store. From the very popular Mahindra Scorpio to the much awaited Jeep Compass and luxury sedans, car makers have a lot to suggest this year. Continue reading

Uber Phasing Out Xchange Car Leasing Program After Major Unexpected Losses

Uber will phase out its Xchange subprime car-leasing program, reports The Wall Street Journal. Launched in 2015, Xchange was an attempt by Uber to disrupt another area of the car business. But it accrued much stronger losses than executives expected. Continue reading

Toyota’s Gill Pratt on Self-Driving Cars and the Reality of Total Autonomy

After wrapping up the DARPA Robotics Challenge in 2015, Gill Pratt helped to launch the Toyota Research Institute (TRI), which is investing over a billion dollars in robotics and artificial intelligence over the next five years. Continue reading

Toyota FT-1 sports car: How it happened

January 20, 2014

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A spiritual rhythm car

Editor’s note: The inward sanctum of an automaker’s design studio is as classified as a top-secret government spy shop. Even many top executives aren’t permitted inwards, much less civilians or the media. Continue reading