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We take a look at radar detectors

We pay $6,232,000,000 in speeding tickets per year. That’s a lot of money. So what are your best options when seeking a strong radar detector?

2015 Mustang interior inspired by airplane cockpit

The first roaring Mustang wasn’t a Ford. It wasn’t even a car. Now, the 2015 Ford Mustang interior takes cues from its airborne predecessor.

Fiat 500X launches, Mopar offers 100+ accessories immediately

The 2016 Fiat 500X was unveiled this week during LA Auto Show, and Mopar announced more than 100 parts and accessories for the new model immediately.

Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo bows for Gran Turismo 6

Chevrolet introduced the Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo this week, saying the Gran Turismo 6 DLC pays homage to the race cars Chaparral and Chevrolet teamed to build more than 45 years ago.

Spotify, Uber hook up, you get your own music on your ride

Ride-sharing service Uber and music streaming service Spotify announced a collaboration they said will let Uber users choose the music for their ride.

Ford names FuelSignal app hackathon winners at CCE

At Connected Car Expo during LA Auto Show this week, the automaker named FuelSignal the winner in its Connected Car-Connected City App Pursuit hackathon.

Audi MIB-2 brings NVIDIA Tegra processor to the dashboard

Audi calls its modular entertainment platform MIB. This week, we learned the latest MIB version is bringing NVIDIA Tegra processing power to Audi dashboards.

TDOT urges motorists to “keep your head out of your apps”

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is encouraging motorists to avoid distracted driving with the message “KEEP YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR APPS.”

Lexus IS350 F-SPORT has magical analog/digital gauge cluster

As hard as new TFT gauge screens try, they just can’t simulate the look of polished aluminum and mechanized beauty of the Lexus IS350 F-SPORT’s gauges.

Consumer’s opinions positive on connected car tech

University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute did a survey on connected car tech in three countries. There were some interesting takeaways:

Texas Instruments HUD shows TI is more than calculators

Texas Instruments’ DLP HUD has the same tech as “nine out of 10″ movie theater projectors, the company says. It looks better than any in-car HUD, I say.

Volvo uses Google Cardboard for “virtual test drive”

At Los Angeles International Auto Show, the Volvo XC90 display will offer show-goers a “virtual test drive” using Google Cardboard and a smartphone.