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Google, Fiat Chrysler team up on self-driving minivans

Google and Fiat said the deal announced on Tuesday was the first time Google has worked directly with an auto maker “to integrate its self-driving system, including its sensors and software, into a passenger vehicle.”

#selfdrivingcars #googlechrysler

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Experience Revolutionary Performance.
Get revved up for: #mockingjaypart2   #yeg   #dodge  
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10 truly innovative auto startups
10 truly innovative auto startups
These companies may change how cars are built, bought, and driven.

These companies are beyond just cool—I think they will help make the entire automotive industry better.

#automotive   #carmarketing   #startups  
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Goes Like Hell! Rumor Has it Dodge Will Make a Dart GLH

Back in the 1980s, Carroll Shelby famously had a hand in Chrysler’s hopped-up Dodge Omnis that, according to their acronym, Went Like Hell. (And then his shop took point in assembling the follow-up Omni GLHS, which stood for “Goes Like Hell Some-more.”)

Now, rumor has it Dodge wants to revive the GLH badge for a hot-rod version of the Dart compact sedan. And we’re actually excited at the thought.
#dodgedart   #dodge  
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If you're driving a Dodge, the power is in your hands. #dodge   #yeg  
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Happy Canada Day - Enjoy the safest, cleanest & friendliest place to call home! #canadaday2015  
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Jeep and Dodge delay new models

FCA also has delayed the planned release of a new Jeep compact utility vehicle that will supplant the Patriot and Compass, suppliers told Reuters. The as-yet-unnamed Jeep compact originally was to have gone into production in spring 2016, but has been pushed back at least six months, suppliers said.

The company has postponed a full redesign of the Dart and the Dodge Journey crossover, both of which had been scheduled for mid-2016. Instead, both models will get a mild makeover, but may not be fully overhauled until 2019-2020, suppliers said.

Plans to offer new full-size and mid-size crossover models under the Chrysler brand in 2017 and 2018, respectively, appear to have been postponed or shelved, suppliers said.

A major redesign of FCA's full-size Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger, originally slated for mid- to late 2018, could slip to 2019 or later, suppliers said.

#jeep   #dodge  
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It's not every day a truck ad breaks from the pull-heavy-stuff-loud-music-'MERICA theme, let alone feature a message directly aimed at women. Here, Dodge Ram, with ad agency The Richards Group, taps its inner Swoosh with an inspirational message of strength and empowerment.
#ramtrucks  
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Last week, we brought you famous presidential cars. This week, we're going to the opposite end of the political spectrum, looking at what history's mad men drove throughout their repressive and violent regimes.
http://www.autoblog.com/2015/04/21/notorious-dictators-cars-list/
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Flying Cars Are Coming! But Do You Really Want One?

It’s really not that hard to build a flying car—the first working model showed up in 1947. It’s taken us way longer to figure out how to keep ketchup from sticking to the inside of its bottle. The real challenge turns out to be building a flying car that makes sense for the society we live in.

Elon Musk, CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX, keeps getting asked why he can’t mate his two companies and give birth to a rocket car. He answered in a series of recent tweets, including: “Flying car pros: travel in 3D fast. Cons: risk of car falling on head much greater.” And Peter Thiel, everyone’s favorite curmudgeon investor, goes around saying, “We wanted flying cars; instead we got 140 characters.”

For a real car that doesn't fly yet visit www.londonderrydodge.com today.
#flyingcars  
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