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Semi-autonomous Corvette hits 152 mph with quadriplegic driver

For people like Sam Schmidt, autonomous driving technology isn't a luxury – it's a necessity. As a quadriplegic, the only way he can drive is using Arrow's open-source semi-autonomous car. Having first demonstrated the technology at Indianapolis in 2014, Schmidt has returned with a modified version of Arrow's Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and clocked 152 mph (245 km/h) on the famous oval. That's 45 mph (72 km/h) more than his previous record, and fast enough to make most people with full use of their limbs feel a bit nervous.Read More

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2016 Corvette Stingray glides in for a review

In Americana, few things are as iconic as is the Chevrolet Corvette. From the concepts of the 1950s to the current generation, they are universally loved as collectible works of automotive beauty. For the sports car industry, the 'Vette pioneered the "Coke bottle" design concept, brought advanced lightweight body work to the masses, and has crafted seven generations of a model name synonymous with classy American style. Here's our hands-on look at the latest of those. Read More

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In pictures: The best of the 2014 New York Auto Show

Even though this year's Detroit and Geneva auto shows provided us with a number of big concept releases and production debuts, the New York Auto Show still remains one of North America’s premier events. Gizmag was on the ground last week to investigate some of the show’s more interesting debuts and North American reveals. Here’s our first-hand look at some of the highlights and the key designs from the 2014 show.Read More

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Chevy's Corvette Performance Data Recorder films and analyzes driving

The all-new Chevy Corvette Stingray is the most powerful standard Corvette ever. To help roadway artists see what type of driving masterpiece they can sculpt from that power base, Chevy has designed a new Performance Data Recorder specifically for the Stingray. The integrated device captures HD video from the driver's point of view and keeps track of things like speed, acceleration and lap times. Read More

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