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Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a dramatic departure for their evening reception, making the short drive from Windsor Castle to Frogmore House in a classic Jaguar convertible with the top down.
The last royal wedding saw a touch of petrolhead class when William and Kate drove off in an Aston Martin DB6 MK2 Volante (which was the personal car of Will's dad - Charles got it as a 21st birthday gift), so the bar was set high for the wedding car of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Megan Fox, Britney Spears, Sylvester Stallone, Kevin Hart, Bradley Cooper and rapper TI Harris are probably all simultaneously quite excited right now.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an investigation into a crash involving a Tesla Model S that was reportedly in autopilot mode when the accident occurred, according to the agency.
After CEO Tim Cook admitted last summer that Apple was indeed working on self-driving car technology, the company largely has remained mum on details. But with state permits to operate 55 autonomous cars in California US, it seems the iPhone maker could be ready to try out some of its autonomous car tech on public roads.
It's only two kilometres long, but a section of public road between Stockholm's Arlanda airport and Swedish state-owned logistics company PostNord's nearby hub has the potential to revolutionise electric vehicles.
Electric vehicles may have fewer head-on crashes but electrocution and fire are bigger dangers for repairers, who have banded together to bring in new safety standards.
Volkswagen New Zealand has issued a "stop sell' on the latest Polo after issues have been raised over the safety of its rear seatbelts.
The remote proximity key - commonly known as "keyless entry" - is an increasingly common feature of new cars, with consumer demand for the convenience it offers driving adoption of the technology across model ranges.
Fears are growing the proposed Petone-Grenada highway, north of Wellington, could be scrapped, prompting pleas from civic leaders to save it.
The long road to a replacement route for State Highway 3 between ManawatÅ« and Hawke's Bay has begun, with testing starting on the ground where the new road will be built.