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Category: Apprentices

What's Lamborghini just unveiled?

Matt Linney Friday, 27 April 2018 13:57

Here's the latest unveiling from Automobili Lamborghini at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show:

LAS VEGAS — There’s no shortage of far-out, futuristic, fantastical car tech here at CES this year. Everyone’s working on self-driving cars, or cars that read your emotions and scan your brainwaves. Heck, we’ve even see a flying car.

Sure, some of it’s far-fetched — and autonomous cars are still a few years out from getting any kind of go-ahead for mainstream drivers — but a lot of this new car tech is closer than you think. Like maybe even sitting in your driveway right now.

Driverless car trial announced for Perth streets

Pia Duxbury Tuesday, 05 December 2017 09:09

The RAC has announced plans to test driverless passenger vehicles, in conjunction with French autonomous vehicle manufacturer Navya.

The trial, expected to start in April, will test several driverless passenger Autonom vehicles that are designed as an on-demand shared mobility service, bookable through a smartphone app.

Hat trick for the GTi Girls at 2017 Targa West

Pia Duxbury Monday, 14 August 2017 15:25

The GTi Girls achieved a hat trick over the weekend winning their third Targa West in the Challenge Modern category. MTA WA apprentices once again had an amazing opportunity to test their skills in the high pressure environment of working in a competition service crew.

Vaughn Gittin Jr. takes his 2016 Monster Energy Nitto Tire Ford Mustang RTR on its maiden voyage during testing. Over 900hp of tire-lifting power and 9000 screaming RPMs!

Driverless race car revealed

Tuesday, 05 April 2016 11:43

A field of 20 - 10 teams programming two cars each - will compete against each other on street circuits built in some of the world's most famous cities as part of the ambitious Roborace series announced in November 2015.

Top 5 CES 2016 Automotive Trends

Tuesday, 05 April 2016 11:35

CES was a show once known for the consumer electronics that make up the first two initials in its name. These days, however, it’s seen an influx of automotive money from car companies eager to partner up with tech giants in a bid to try and figure out where, exactly, the industry is headed. While there might be no official consensus on the future of mobility, automakers can be surprisingly hive-minded about certain ideas and concepts, with a number of trends revealing themselves at the 2016 edition of CES. 

Watch this 450-Ton Dump Truck Crush a Passenger Car

First time driving at night?

Tuesday, 05 April 2016 11:06

Driving at night for the first time, or under any different conditions for that matter, can be a little confronting.

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