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Watch The Autonomous Chevy Bolt Drive Around San Francisco

Kyle Vogt, the CEO of GM’s autonomous tech company Cruise Automation, posted the video below that shows GMs highly functional autonomous Chevy Bolt EV in action. Vogt posted a dash cam video of the Bolt EV navigating San Francisco.

The video shows an indicator that the car is in autonomous mode, and displays the indicator for the duration of the ride. The car navigates through traffic signals, stop-and-go traffic, merging cars, as well as crossing pedestrians. It even successfully stops to pick up a passenger and takes off again like a natural. Check it out:

Source: AutoBlog

Video Source: Cruise Automation

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6 Minutes of Pure American Muscle

There’s nothing like old school muscle cars lining up on the drag strip to burn it out. In this episode of Wheels on YouTube, a Chevy Nova, Chevelle, Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger and others head to Mission Raceway Park, a sanctioned NHRA quarter-mile track located roughly 25 miles east of Vancouver.

This video brings us pack to the true American muscle drag race era of the 1960s, and we love it. Watch it for yourself, and witness these vintage muscle cars do what they do best. Enjoy.

Source: Motor 1, Wheels YouTube

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The Carbon Fiber Twin Turbo Dodge Demon Of Our Nightmares

That Racing Channel is serving up something special for us today. On the latest episode, they feature the worlds quickest and fastest Dodge Demon in the world. The monster you see here is a product of Speedkore and gearhead fabrications and holds the record for most horsepower on a stock engine. Check out the video below to learn more about the build. Enjoy.

Source: That Racing Channel, Motor Authority

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1969 Chevrolet G-Code Camaro

The Ringbrothers’ unveiled three new creations at the 2017 SEMA Show. Shortly after, they brought one of those sweet rides over to Jay Leno’s Garage. The exterior of the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro G-Code doesn’t look heavily modified, but the tuners have given it some serious upgrades.

The client for the G-Code wanted to keep the classic look of the ’69 Camaro, but wasn’t affraid of some tweaks. For example, the nose features hidden headlights like the RS model, but the covers don’t retract when the lights are one. Instead, the LEDs shine through. Not to mention the grille and bumper feature machined parts that look great. Check out the episode below, and hear why this 1969 Chevy Camaro G-Code hits the spot for Jay Leno.

Source: Motor1

Video Source: Jay Leno’s Garage

 

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Vaughn Gittin Jr. Celebrated St. Patrick’s Day The Only Way He Knows How

Ford revealed last week the Grabber Lime green color option for the Mustang Shelby GT500. To add on to the St. Patrick’s day celebrations, Ford sent professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. to find four leaf clovers, but not the kind you’d find in the grass. Rather the type of interstate changes across the country that resemble the shape of the lucky leaf.

Gittin Jr. took a 900-horsepower Mustang RTR and made the 1.4 mile drift journey look easy. Check out the video below to see it for yourself. Enjoy.

Source: Motor Authority, Ford Performance