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Mercedes-Benz Thought-Driven Car Is Inspired By James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’

German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz seems to be going all out with its dream project – the AVTR concept car that is expected to be something right out from maverick filmmaker James Cameron’s popular science fiction movie Avatar. While the luxury automotive brand has been working on this project for the past few months, they just raised the bar to the next level by unveiling a new version of the concept car that would use the Brain-Computer Interface technology.

Known for their high-end luxury vehicles and setting new market trends with their innovative technology, Mercedes-Benz is leaving no stoned unturned with its futuristic AVTR concept car. In addition to the breathtaking design, the German carmaker is determined to introduce humans to the wild concept of thought-driven vehicles. And at the recent IAA 2021 show in Munich, Mercedes-Benz revealed its BCI technology car version that sent a wave of astonishment across the

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Woman wins free car from Antonelli’s Advanced Automotive

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – On Thursday, a woman claimed her free car that she won from Antonelli’s Advanced Automotive giveaway.

During the giveaway contest, people will write 150 words or less that explain why a particular person deserves or needs a vehicle.

The woman who won the car is a mom raising three kids, is a nurse and works in-home health care. She received her keys for her Chevrolet Classic at noon.

The company had all services done to the car, and she got complimentary oil changes for two years.

“You know we help people by fixing their cars but this is a little different where you can actually make a difference in somebody’s life, really change their direction. Or like I mentioned before where you can give them a gift that really gives to ten or fifteen people that they’re helping. You can help them, help those people

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Tesla builds 1st store on tribal land, dodges state car laws

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Howard Coe poses in front of his wife’s Tesla sedan on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, on a road near Nambé Pueblo outside of Santa Fe, N.M. Coe welcomed the opening of a new Tesla store and repair shop where he can pickup an SUV he’s buying. Last year, he and his wife had to pick up her car in Denver, Colo., about five hours away, because of New Mexico laws that bar companies like Tesla from selling cars directly to customers. (AP Photo/Cedar Attanasio)

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Carmaker Tesla has opened a store and repair shop on Native American land for the first time, marking a new approach to its yearslong fight to sell cars directly to consumers and cut car dealerships out of the process.

The white-walled, silver-lettered Tesla store, which opened last week, sits in Nambé Pueblo, north of Santa Fe, on tribal land that’s not

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Car prices are about to go up again, thanks to Hurricane Ida

Just when car prices looked like they were edging down from their record highs, they’re heading skyward again. It’s Hurricane Ida’s fault.Ida caused widespread flooding from Louisiana, where it came ashore as a hurricane on Aug. 29, to the heavily populated Northeast, where its remnants hit hard a few days later. It killed at least 86 people and its flood waters destroyed hundreds of thousands of cars, including many that were on car dealer lots.Ida’s wrath has simultaneously created a sudden demand for car purchases while further destroying already tight inventories. Hurricane Nicholas, which hit the Texas Gulf Coast early Tuesday, could add to the problems, especially if it causes flooding once again in Houston, one of the largest markets for car ownership in the nation.The storms could not have hit at a worse time. “Any new problem with car inventory is one problem too many,” said Kayla Reynolds, manager … Read More