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Carnomaly is Bringing Transparency to the Automotive Industry By DailyCoin


Carnomaly is Bringing Transparency to the Automotive Industry

Over the years, car sales and management (e.g, tracking a car’s history) have been challenging, and using centralized protocols has made it practically impossible to achieve efficient management and tracking systems for such a purpose. Notable reasons for this include trust issues, limited access to information from a global network of users, and lack of transparency, among several others.

For instance, it is quite difficult to access a detailed history of a car before making a purchase. As a result, automobile dealers are mostly in control of the situation, and can easily control the market’s value so that it favours only them.

On the other hand, a consumer or buyer who is unaware of a vehicle’s full history cannot make a well-informed decision about a potential purchase.

Now, after many years of no meaningful endeavour to resolve these major challenges, Carnomaly, a

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Acura Is Bringing Back the Integra in 2022

Photo credit: Acura

Photo credit: Acura

Tonight, as Monterey Car Week warms up ahead of a busy weekend, Acura dropped a surprise announcement we’re thrilled to hear: The Integra is coming back in 2022.

“The Integra is back,” Jon Ikeda, vice president of Acura, said in a statement released late Thursday night. “I’m thrilled to say Integra is returning to the Acura lineup with the same fun-to-drive spirit and DNA of the original, fulfilling our commitment to Precision Crafted Performance in every way—design, performance and the overall driving experience.”

Acura made the announcement to a gathering of journalists attending Monterey Car Week, revealing the news via skywriting drones, as Roadshow’s Daniel Golson shows here:

The announcement was accompanied by a teaser video that Acura posted to Instagram:

Acura didn’t share any details about the upcoming Integra beyond the promised 2022 production date. But the signs all point to a faithful and fitting new

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Trump bragged about bringing Michigan ‘so many damn car plants.’ Zero new major plants have opened during his presidency.

President Donald Trump addresses supporters during a campaign rally at MBS International Airport in Freeland, Michigan on September 10, 2020. <p class="copyright">MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images</p>
President Donald Trump addresses supporters during a campaign rally at MBS International Airport in Freeland, Michigan on September 10, 2020.
  • President Donald Trump made claimed at a rally in Michigan Thursday night that he brought “so many damn car plants” to Michigan, Detroit Free Press reported.

  • Only one new major assembly facility has been announced in the state during his presidency, and it isn’t open yet.

  • Trump has frequently boasted the creation of auto plants when speaking to voters in swing states. Only five new car plants have been announced to open in the US since he stepped into office in 2017.

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President Donald Trump made a number of misleading and false claims Thursday night in bragging that he revitalized the auto industry in Michigan, as the Detroit Free Press reported.

Speaking to his supporters

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