AutoComplete: Volvo started crash-testing its Polestar 1 GT car
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Volvo just crashed the heck out of it's forth coming Carbon fiber bodied 600 horsepower cutting crushing pole star one.
Never kind enough to film it for us.
Watching carbon fiber cars get smashed is always interesting because unlike steel illuminant, premium fibre glass, carbon is so rigid that it usually just shatters.
But in this case, Volvo is kind of beautifully undramatic As you'd expect from Volvo.
Volvo's up to a lot more than crash testing, though.
It's partnering with Baidu, aka the Google of China to produce self-driving cars.
Baidu's been working on its Apollo autonomous car software for a while now, and it's gonna partner with Volvo to develop electric level 4 autonomous vehicles for the Chinese market by sometime the next decade.
Mercedes AMG has been busy bringing us its new four door Pan America GT rival car.
And guess what?
The hottest term of that car?
The GT63S with four medic all wheel drive.
Nat just smash the series production four seat card record around the Nordschliefe with a time of 7 minutes 25.41 seconds and it sounded amazing doing it.
We'll be excited to see Porsche fire back in the near future.
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