AutoComplete: Jaguar's XJ is dead starting in July
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When Jaguar came out with it's new XJ way back in 2010, people freaked out.
It looked nothing like the long, low, and slinky shape that Jaguar had pioneered back in the 1960s and kept alive through the decades.
People never really embraced it in the way it deserved and now.
Sadly, it's going the way of the Badge bird.
Jaguar announced that will discontinue the exchange in July, but that the model could return in 2020 as an EV.
let's look at it together and let's pour it out at the big cat.
Daimler is using its massive resources to fund a grouped designed to get level four autonomous heavy trucks Think semis on the road sooner rather than later.
This new group is called, and rather appropriately, the autonomous technology group.
And it will devote many of its considerable resources towards developing the software necessary to make level 4 trucks a thing.
The group's advancements could also trickle down to the other brands and timeless portfolio.
folio like Mercedes Benz odds are good that unless you're some kind of traffic masochist you use google maps to help get around your particular piece of the world and why wouldn't you it's easy to use accurate and frequently updated now it's even better because google is adding speed limit data for 40 countries meaning that even if you're trying to find a dentist's office in Namibia you'll know how fast you're allowed to drive on the way there Google also added speed camera data too so if you choose to willfully ignore it's speed level warnings, like a monster, you are gonna at least avoid getting ticketed by a camera if not a human.
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