Audi’s vehicle dynamics processor: One computer to rule them all

Not only will Audi’s new ECU work with more inputs, it’ll be able to do so across a variety of powertrains, electrified or otherwise.


Modern cars contain miles of wiring, connected to a series of electronic control units that basically tell the car what to do and when. This complex dance means evermore-complex interactions between various systems, which means the car may receive mixed messages in certain situations. Audi thinks it has a solution to that with its future vehicle dynamics processor.

Audi already has some synergy across its various systems by way of its Electronic Chassis Platform, which

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Here’s the cheapest electric vehicle in the US — and it comes from China

It’s… not pretty.


Affordability is tough when it comes to electric cars. Even mass-market EVs are often just a little out of reach for the average car buyer, especially considering how much further a dollar stretches when it comes to a traditional car with an engine.

So, can Kandi and its K27 tempt you with an unusually low price? This is a Chinese electric car that will be the most affordable EV for sale in the US later this year. Kandi revealed the K27 alongside the more expensive K23 model on Wednesday and plans to showcase both cars during

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GM drops plans for new fuel cell vehicle

You won’t see a FCEV powertrain under the hood of a GM vehicle you can buy.


General Motors is busy working on the first few of its upcoming onslaught of electric cars, namely the GMC Hummer EV and the Cadillac Lyriq. What’s no longer in the pipeline is a fuel cell-powered car for consumers.

CNBC auto reporter Michael Wayland reported GM won’t pursue a fuel cell-powered car any longer. Wayland tweeted the news Thursday during a conference call with the automaker’s dhief sustainability officer, Dane Parker. According to Parker, GM plans to focus on electric cars for retail

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2021 Camry is the first vehicle to get Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 Plus

Toyota’s best-selling sedan is new and improved for 2021.


The Toyota Camry has been America’s best-selling sedan for 18 consecutive years. Babies that were driven home from the hospital when this car started topping the charts can now vote. To maintain this sales crown for yet another turn of the calendar, Toyota has updated the venerable Camry for 2021, tweaking the model range, enhancing the car’s design and, perhaps most importantly, adding even more tech.

Updated looks across the range

Glancing at the photos, it’s a little hard to tell what’s new here and, truth be told, there aren’t

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