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Google: self-driving cars safer than professional drivers

Google: self-driving cars safer than professional drivers

Google has said that its data reveals self-driving cars are safer than any human driver on the road.


Nevada first to grant licences for autonomous cars

Nevada first to grant licences for autonomous cars

Google's autonomous cars have hit public streets and highways in Nevada, US, as the state becomes the first to give out licences for testing driverless vehicles.


New Lexus GS features digital radio as standard

New Lexus GS features digital radio as standard

The new Lexus GS will be the first model range to feature digital radio reception as standard when it goes on sale in the second quarter of 2012.


A see-through Lexus fit for a prince

A see-through Lexus fit for a prince

Monaco has announced that Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock will make their post-ceremony procession in a Lexus hybrid with a specially designed see-through polycarbonate roof.


Lexus to BMW 3-Series: We've got a coupe-convertible too

Lexus to BMW 3-Series: We've got a coupe-convertible too

The long rumoured coupe-convertible Lexus IS has surfaced at this year's Paris Motor Show.


Bentley and Naim partner for "world's best" in-car sound system

Bentley and Naim partner for

Luxury brands have paired with high-end audio companies before -- Lexus with Mark Levinson, Lincoln with THX, Acura with ELS. Now Bentley pairing with Naim is proving that even automakers in the lu...


Ultimate Green Machine on the way?

Ultimate Green Machine on the way?

Toyota created Lexus in the late '80s to take on the Germans, will BMW create a new brand to tackle upcoming emissions and fuel economy legislation?


The car that parks itself

If you're the type of person who gets cold sweats at the thought of reverse parking, then Lexus has the car for you. A snip at a mere AU$186k.


A tour of three Bang & Olufsen car set-ups

A tour of three Bang & Olufsen car set-ups

At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, B&O representative Bjarne Sorenson gave CNET a tour of the audio systems in the new Aston Martin DBS, the Mercedes-Benz SL AMG and the much more affordable Audi A3.


Electronics not a fault in Toyota unintended acceleration cases

Electronics not a fault in Toyota unintended acceleration cases

A study by the United States' Department of Transportation (DOT) concluded that electronic throttle systems were not at fault in reported cases of unintended acceleration by Toyota vehicles that pr...


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