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Marc da Motta
Despite himself, Marc da Motta graduated from Rhodes University with a Bachelor of Journalism degree in 2009. Being an avid fan of anything with a big engine, he enjoys writing about cars in his downtime – which is a lot of the time. After having spent a year freelancing in Hong Kong, he has also discovered that he quite enjoys marketing, business and travel, which is why he is currently making a nuisance of himself in the UK.
Are we ready for a future not too dissimilar to that portrayed in Minority Report? I’m not referring to bald people predicting murders before they occur, but rather to cars that don’t need us -- the drivers. Being a big fan of driving myself, this is a question that naturally presented itself when I read news of Audi’s new autonomous car system.
It beats the bendz
Audi itself prefers to call it a “piloted” system, reinforcing the idea that these cars should ...
Motoring is an industry that is always worth keeping an eye on for innovation, creativity and technology. The people who design cars are all entrepreneurs in their own way: they actively seek new and better ways to utilize and access the world as we know it from within the realms of your car’s cabin.
Thanks to the Automotive Industry and a certain Henry Ford, we were given the assembly line, the Ford Model T and the concept that everyone ...