AD #2006 – FCA 1st w/ Google’s Tech? GM Competition to Develop Autonomous Engineers, Nissan Restores Iconic Rally Car

December 13th, 2016 at 11:42am

Runtime: 7:10

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- FCA to Show Autonomous Pacifica w/ Google’s Tech?
- GM & SAE Challenge College Students on Autonomy
- Incentives Drive Down Used Car Prices
- Nissan Restores Iconic Rally Car
- Audi Expands On Demand Services
- OTA Updates for Commercial Vehicles

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2 Comments to “AD #2006 – FCA 1st w/ Google’s Tech? GM Competition to Develop Autonomous Engineers, Nissan Restores Iconic Rally Car”

  1. Ukendoit Says:

    I’ve driven the new Pacifica and was really impressed with it. I had one as a rental car for 2 weeks. This was only a few weeks after it was out, so I had to specifically ask for one and Enterprise located one for me. It really handles well -it drives like a car. It had the latest version of U-Connect and it was very user friendly. This was my first time using any U-Connect, but it was so intuitive I had no trouble quickly navigating what I wanted after just a few minutes playing with it. Even the lower trim level I had was fairly well equipped with heated leather seats, back up camera, Bluetooth that worked great with the phone integration. My wife wanted to see if they would sell it to me! If they offer autonomy for a reasonable price, it may be tempting. (I’ll have to at least take another test drive with the auto driver.)

  2. Chuck Grenci Says:

    Incentives drive down used car prices; let’s face it, there is a lot of production out there. Riding the wave of record sales, the automakers are producing more and varied vehicles (heavy emphasis on ‘more’). Well, good as they most are, there is just too many out there; thus incentives. Looks like it will be survival of the fittest and incentives (except for some of the hottest sellers and rare models) will continue for a while. Good that used cars getting somewhat lower; should help those that can’t get in a new model.