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http://driving.ca - It’s almost Christmas. And for gearheads that means another holiday season of good reads wrapped up under the tree.
http://www.carscoops.com - Lyft has become the latest company to be granted the green light to test autonomous vehicles on public roads in California. The ride-hailing company hasn’t specified exactly when it intends to put the self-driving permit to use but the news comes about four months after Lyft said it will start to create its own autonomous technology.
https://www.goauto.com.au - Pam Fletcher is now in charge of executing GM’s new global EV strategy, which will bring more than 20 new models to market by 2023 and is targeting one million annual sales by 2026.
http://media.gm.com - GM Holden is pleased to announce the following appointments to its Communications team.
http://www.hotrod.com - The C4 No Flex kit from Vette2Vette looks simple enough that an offshore knock-off artist could reproduce a reasonable facsimile, but a counterfeit kit couldn’t be installed as easy, or work as well. An observation we formed after this installation was completed and the car road tested.
https://blog.caranddriver.com - Making power is but one variable in going fast. The upper echelon of performance—occupied by the mega-output Germans, big-muscled Corvettes and Hellcats, and, of course, Italian exotica—now depends on automatic transmissions, launch control, track-bred tires, and often all-wheel drive to generate stupefying performance.
http://www.carscoops.com - Like the Corvettes it has earned its reputation modifying, Callaway is all-American. Its latest creation went straight for Europe, but now it's returning Stateside, trophy in hand.
http://driving.ca - Aria Group, the company that made the mid-engined Corvette Concept you didn’t know wanted, will unveil its newest concept at the L. A Auto Show next week.
http://www.hotrod.com - On the final approach of Chicago’s massive O’Hare Airport sits the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.
https://insideevs.com - Earlier this year GM, through its joint venture SAIC-GM-Wuling, introduced its all-electric, two-seat, Baojun E100; a model that has now found sales success. It seems that lowering pricing to the no brainer level of RMB 35,800 (~US $5,300) after subsidies, is the way to best crack the Chinese market.