Nissan believes EVs only need one pedal

By flipping a switch, new Leaf's e-Pedal works as accelerator and brake

Driver controls the car’s movement strictly with the accelerator, pressing down to go faster, easing off to coast and coming off completely to stop.
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<p>Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge police car</p>

Rolls-Royce joins the police service

Police officers would be able to track down any mobile lawbreaker, thanks to BMW's 6.6-litre twin-turbo V-12 that puts 603 hp and 620 lb-ft of torque.

<p>myChevrolet Apple Watch app</p>

GM makes myChevrolet for Apple Watch

Owners can remotely locate vehicles in parking lots, activate and deactivate the panic alarm, lock/unlock doors, and remote start/stop the vehicle.

<p>2018 Ford Mustang in Orange Fury</p>

New Ford Mustang limited edition is cool

Ice-cream sandwich features orange-flavoured ice cream between vanilla whoopie cookies covered in orange icing, and held together by an edible wrapper.

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