2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class adds MBUX infotainment tech

Arabian Grey is a carryover color, and it looks great on the CLS.


Mercedes-Benz’s excellent MBUX multimedia interface is slowly but surely proliferating across the brand’s entire portfolio. And the next model line to benefit from this tech will be the svelte CLS-Class, the automaker confirmed Wednesday.

The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLS450 and Mercedes-AMG CLS53 will come standard with the easier-to-use MBUX software, housed on a pair of 12.3-inch digital displays. MBUX allows users to control the infotainment by touching the screen, using the trackpad on the center console or via the thumbpads on either side of the steering wheel.

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2021 Toyota Corolla Hatchback adds cargo space, flashy special edition


For those that fancy the reliability of a Toyota Corolla with more cargo space, the Corolla Hatchback will do just the trick. And good news, cargo space lovers: There’s more cargo room available for 2021 at no extra cost. More on that in a moment.

Toyota showed off the 2021 Corolla hatch and the new Corolla hatch Special Edition on Tuesday, which highlights the new model year. If the flashy paint catches your eye, Toyota plans to build 1,500 of them, and each comes with all the fixings found in the SE trim. It’s a well-equipped model, but the

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Tesla Arcade adds Fallout Shelter, other infotainment enhancements

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Tesla Arcade is receiving a boost, thanks to the automaker’s latest software update, 2020.20. Elon Musk and Co.’s suite of in-car gaming apps, which leverage both the vehicle’s center infotainment screen and steering wheel controls, has gained yet another title: Fallout Shelter. Given these COVID-19-mandated shelter-in-place months, the idea of having Bethesda’s end-of-days, survival-vault-themed video game seems rather fitting, no?

Fallout Shelter will be one of the more contemporary games you can play when parked in your Tesla Model S, 3, X or Y. The bulk of the games released to the Tesla

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Uber switches course, adds drivers with preexisting conditions to sick leave policy

Uber drivers and delivery people are considered “essential” workers, meaning they can continue to work even as the coronavirus spreads.

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Zachary Frenette, 29, was diagnosed with HIV ten years ago. He takes medicine every day and has gotten used to being immunocompromised from the disease. But since the novel coronavirus has taken over life across the US, he’s had to be extra careful. And because he’s a fulltime Uber driver, that’s made things difficult.

“The COVID-19 virus attacks your immune system and

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