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Cadillac wants to fly people in electric drones

Cadillac wants to fly people in electric drones

We're using cookies to improve your experience.General Motors shared some futuristic concept vehicles, including a sleek Cadillac passenger drone, on Tuesday in a classic CES move.As part of its Cadillac Halo portfolio, a shiny, silver and black self-driving shuttle, and a matching passenger drone were introduced. Both are just ideas with no production plans — yet. The VTOL flying car (that's the term used for vertical take-off and landing vehicles or passenger drones) is GM's first design in aerial mobility. It's an idea for personal air travel that doesn't require a trip to the...

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Walmart to start using autonomous drones for 1-hour delivery

Walmart to start using autonomous drones for 1-hour delivery

We're using cookies to improve your experience.Starting next year, certain Walmart orders will literally fly to your door. The retailer announced a trial run with medical supply drone delivery company early Monday. Only medical and health and wellness products from Walmart will be part of the pilot program and it'll only be in Northwest Arkansas in early 2021.The drones will cover a 50-mile radius around Walmart headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas. They can haul up to four pounds of cargo and fly up to 80 mph.Items ordered online or through the Walmart app are placed into a Zipline...

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Cadillac's first electric vehicle goes after Tesla

Cadillac's first electric vehicle goes after Tesla

We're using cookies to improve your experience.Cadillac introduced its first all-electric vehicle Thursday evening and it's a luxury crossover SUV. It's taking on both of Tesla's SUVs: the new "budget" and the pricy . The LYRIQ (yes, all caps officially, but we're calling it the Lyriq) was supposed to launch back in April, but because of COVID-19 its debut was pushed back four months to a virtual event. It's not supposed to even start production until the end of 2022.The online reveal finally showed how the American automobile brand is going fully electric. The Lyriq is supposed to hit at...

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Tesla's most robust self-driving package will cost more — again

Tesla's most robust self-driving package will cost more — again

We're using cookies to improve your experience.It'll soon cost you $8,000 to buy a Tesla upgrade package, which includes some features that don't even exist yet. Tesla's is a future-ready option for those ready to invest in partially automated driving capabilities, even if some of those capabilities— like autonomous driving on city streets — aren't ready yet. But eventually. At an unknown date. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is hiking up the price by $1,000 for the set of features on July 1.Reminder that Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) price goes up by $1k on July 1st— Elon Musk (@elonmusk)The price...

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Drive an EV across the country using ultra-fast chargers

Drive an EV across the country using ultra-fast chargers

We're using cookies to improve your experience.A drive from the nation's capital to Los Angeles usually takes about 40 hours of pure driving — and that's without stopping for charging breaks if you're in an electric vehicle. But on Wednesday, charging network Electrify America finished its first cross-country route with fast-charging available all along the way. That means every 70 miles on the 2,700-mile journey you can find a charger. The best part is that the route on Interstates 15 and 70 includes super-fast chargers at public stations. recharging cars at speeds up to 350 kilowatts....

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SpaceX becomes first private company to launch NASA astronauts into space

SpaceX becomes first private company to launch NASA astronauts into space

We're using cookies to improve your experience.For the first time in nearly a decade, NASA launched astronauts into space from U.S. territory. And for the first time ever, it was on a spacecraft built by a private company, Elon Musk's SpaceX.The company's reusable Falcon 9 rocket took off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Saturday after the first attempt was aborted Wednesday. The Crew Dragon spacecraft carries two NASA astronauts, and , who are expected to reach the International Space Station (ISS) on Sunday. Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon will lift off from Launch Complex 39A – the same...

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