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Toyota reportedly agrees to add Android Auto to vehicles

Toyota agreed to add Android Auto to its vehicles, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg, ending years of resistance to the Google infotainment software because of safety and security concerns.


Toyota reportedly agrees to add Android Auto to vehicles

Toyota agreed to add Android Auto to its vehicles, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg, ending years of resistance to the Google infotainment software because of safety and security concerns.

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BorgWarner CEO: Bring on the electrics

BorgWarner is reaching an enviable position for a traditional engine parts supplier -- it won't care what kind of a propulsion system a customer wants.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Make electrified distinctions clear

Solutions to warning noises for electrified vehicles don't apply to full EV's, which don't have mufflers, exhaust systems or tailpipes.

Europe fears it's losing autonomous race

Volkswagon plans first launch of its autonomous vehicle, Sedric, in the U.S., rather than Germany, to avoid restrictions on technology that put the European auto industry at a competitive disadvantage.


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