The days of self-driving cars are closer than you might think.
The Center for Automotive Research at Stanford's latest toy is an Audi TTS capable of handling fast cornering. We rode along as it did laps on a dirt test track.
Volkswagen and Stanford University build an autonomous Audi TTS.
A road map for electrifying our streets, and a plan to charge by the mile to drive them. We'll check out an Audi that drives itself on Pike's Peak and look at one that lost its top and maybe its beauty along the way.
Cars have been threatening to drive themselves for years, but if Volkswagen and Stanford University get their way, an Audi TT will be able to complete a full rally stage without any fleshy humans
CNET Car Tech goes along as an autonomous Audi TTS driver laps on a dirt track.
Following the sport versions of Audi's larger cars, such as the S4, S5, and S8, the diminutive TT gets its own sports version, the TTS.
Audi showed off the 2015 TT at the Geneva auto show, retaining the car's sporty flavor and adding the Virtual Cockpit, a new paradigm in cabin electronics.
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Audi launched the first generation TT in the late '90s, now we're on the third generation. Take a look not only at the new one, but where it's come from.