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UK roads set to become HumanDrive project test track.

A project funded by the UK government and industry partners is aiming to develop a self-driving vehicle that’s capable of motoring along just like a proficient human driver. Hailed as the “most ambitious connected and autonomous vehicle project in the UK,” the HumanDrive vehicle will eventually embark on a journey of more than 200 miles …

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Christian Transfers – Tesla Semi: watch the electric truck burn rubber

► Tesla Semi truck burns rubber ► Features physical, road-legal wing mirrors ► Intended for lighter loads or short, heavy deliveries After a brief hiatus, Tesla’s semi-truck is back on the streets – and this time it’s demonstrating its ample torque. In a video circulating the internet, a Tesla semi-truck is seen cruising slowly on …

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EXPERIENCE SPACE, TOUR AND TERRACE: 120,000 EXCITED GUESTS FLOCK TO THE VISITORS WORLD AT VIENNA AIRPORT IN 2017 (+12.5%).

Experience Space, Tour and Terrace: 120,000 Excited Guests Flock to the Visitors World at Vienna Airport in 2017 (+12.5%) A popular look behind the scenes was enjoyed by 120,000 guests, who took advantage of the Visitors World offering at Vienna Airport in 2017. Thanks to the 12.5% increase, the airport attracted more visitors than ever …

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Christian Transfers – Gatwick kicks off 2018 with record breaking January

2.8m passengers travelled through Gatwick in its busiest-ever January US routes recorded the highest rate of growth, with New York +51.1% and Boston +31.4% The airport’s thriving long-haul network drove +29.6% cargo growth London Gatwick last month experienced the busiest January in its history, with 2.8 million passengers travelling through – an increase of 1.4% …

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Electrified and connected Mercedes Sprinter to land in 2019.

Mercedes is forging ahead with the electrification of its van lineup, today announcing the arrival of the eSprinter. Set to arrive in 2019, the electrified version of Mercedes’ light commercial van will be optimized for city driving, with it and the other newly announced third-generation Sprinters billed as the German automaker’s first fully connected vans. …