http://europe.autonews.com - Waymo will launch a commercial robotaxi service next month operating under a new brand to compete with Uber and Lyft, Bloomberg reported.
https://www.motortrend.com - On November 26, Motor Trend will announce the winners of its annual Of The Year competition. But for today, we’re letting slip the list of the top three podium finishers in each category.
https://www.businessinsider.com - Waymo will start commercial autonomous rides next month, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday. The first riders will likely be those in the company's existing test group of 400 families, who will be released from their non-disclosure agreements at that time.
https://media.chevrolet.com - Chevrolet continues to expand the Colorado ZR2 midsize truck’s performance envelope with the introduction of 15 factory race components developed and validated over 10,000 miles of off-road racing.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - If you're always hopping in and out of a Lyft car, then you'll be pleased to hear that the ridesharing service is about to launch a rewards program. Perks include discounts on future trips and upgrades to comfier cars.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Three separate auctions should command the attention of movie buffs and car enthusiasts alike.
https://www.hotrod.com - Father and son project cars are the ultimate bonding experience, whether it’s an old beater that needs a tune-up or a vintage Corvette that needs everything. Gerald Gregory and his son Joe have a thing for Corvettes, and the car on these pages is a culmination of their efforts.
https://wheelscene.com - The original COPO Camaro models rolled out of the factory fifty years ago. Standing for ‘Central Office Production Order’, these first COPO Camaro models were a way for dealers to factory-order obscenely powerful pony cars back in the day with monster V8’s. But the latest COPO Camaro – or rather, the eCOPO Camaro Concept – is a stark contrast to gas-guzzling performance cars.
http://www.thedrive.com - I recently published my personal 10 Best/Worst of 2018, and soon received dozens of messages asking what I found so offensive about tech critic David Pogue's article, "What it's like to use Tesla's newest self-driving car technology. " The answer is simple.
https://www.auto123.com - On November 21 we will be naming the winners of the 2019 Auto123.com Awards for best vehicles of the year.