Looking to fill-up on auto news? We’ve clocked some miles traversing the Web for all things auto-related. Pull-in, grab a coffee and digest some of the week’s best news with us.
“20 hot cars from the Frankfurt Motor Show 2015,” Business Insider
All eyes have been on the Frankfurt Motor Show this week. Business Insider picks out 20 stars of the show, including the Porsche Mission E electric concept car, which grabbed plenty of attention.
“Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is the future, now,” Autoblog
The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo has been a jaw-dropper at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Gamers will know the virtual vehicle from the “Gran Turismo” video game series. Now Bugatti has gone and built the thing as a concept car. Does it signal a production car in the future?
“Power is up, weight is down, interior is better,” says Autoweek. Furthermore, “The 2016 Chevy Camaro SS will dispatch the quarter mile in 12.3 seconds at 116 mph when it hits dealership lots this fall.” It’s quite an animal.
Just the thing to give you that Friday feeling. But there’s good news too. Intel, the computer chip and processor maker, has some ideas about how automakers can better protect cars from cyber attacks, Fortune reports.
“Los Angeles unveils puny BMW electric police car,” USA Today
The Los Angeles Police Department has shown off the latest member of its fleet, a BMW i3 electric car. What does USA Today think about that? “The sight of a puny, electric-powered BMW police car with flashing red lights isn’t exactly going to instill fear in the hearts of this city’s criminals.”
See you next week for more automotive news. Drive safe.