Car Tech Live 165: Fiat rethinks Chrysler, Maserati, and Ferrari (podcast)

Fiat rejiggers Chrysler, Maserati, and Ferrari; the Garminfone mashes up GPS with Android in your car, Subaru's cars get stereo vision, and we drive the supercharged Range Rover Sport.

Fiat rejiggers Chrysler, Maserati and Ferrari, the Garminfone mashes up GPS with Android in your car, Subaru's cars get stereo vision, and we drive the supercharged Range Rover Sport.

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EPISODE 165

SHOW NOTES

Ford puts SYNC Mobile Apps on new Fiesta

Garmin tries to get it right with Android-based Garminfone

Lower cost Maserati, higher cost Ferrari on the way

CNET reviews the 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged

Cars that hold the hill for you

About the author

Brian Cooley joined CNET in 1995 and always comes at technology from the real consumer's point of view. He brings his high energy, often skeptical style to all avenues of CNET coverage, with an emphasis on car tech. You'll also find him frequently on television, radio and the TV screens at Costco!

 

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