AutoComplete: Toyota Land Speed Cruiser concept rockets to 230 mph
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Toyota, yeah Toyota just picked up the title for world's fastest SUV.
It's land speed cruiser concept hit a top speed of 230 miles per hour thanks to volleyball sized turbo chargers that bump its V8 output north of 2000 horsepower.
Nascar driver Carl Edwards was behind the wheel for the attempt because who better to pilot a car 200 miles an hour than someone who does it regularly.
Building an autonomous vehicle is an interesting process [UNKNOWN] Voyager offered a peek behind the scenes at how it's done.
The company is outfitting [UNKNOWN] Ford Fusion with the hardware suite that will eventually enable full autonomy.
[UNKNOWN] preview is limited to the hardware installation, but it's still intriguing to see how certain pieces are placed and why.
[INAUDIBLE] a voluntary call for 51,497 examples of the Porsche Macan including the GTF and turbo trims.
The vehicles in question have a fuel pump flange that might begin to crack.
If that happens fuel might seep out and occupants might notice a gasoline smell.
Porsche will inspect the affected [UNKNOWN] and if necessary seal or replace the fuel pump flange.
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