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A fast-paced weekly rundown of what’s happening in the world of automotive. The biggest unveils, the latest recalls and the scariest hacks, all explained by Brian Cooley.

A fast-paced weekly rundown of what’s happening in the world of automotive. The biggest unveils, the latest recalls and the scariest hacks, all explained by Brian Cooley.
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A fast-paced weekly rundown of what’s happening in the world of automotive. The biggest unveils, the latest recalls and the scariest hacks, all explained by Brian Cooley.

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English


Episodes

Lincoln heading to China while Skoda heads to the US? (AutoComplete Podcast 22)

6/9/2016
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In this week's rundown of the biggest stories, Brian and Tim discuss a particularly disconcerting Mitsubishi hack, and a few recalls that you may want to know about.

Duration: 00:22:44


Toyota's plans for Google's robotics tech? And inside Silicon Valley's test track (AutoComplete Podcast 21)

6/3/2016
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In this week's rundown of the biggest stories, Brian​ Cooley ​talk​s​ about ​the possible buyout of some of Google's robotics tech by Toyota; more on the Takata recalls; ​and a quick look at Silicon Valley's test track for self-driving cars.

Apple Car hints and Tesla Autopilot misses (AutoComplete Podcast 20)

5/28/2016
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In this week's rundown of the biggest stories, Brian and Tim talk about the latest in what seems like a series of never-ending Takata recalls, but find some light at the end of the Dieselgate tunnel.

Big updates for Android Auto, big updates on automotive cheaters. (AutoComplete Podcast 19)

5/21/2016
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In this week's rundown of the biggest stories, Brian and Tim discuss the latest cheats and shady happenings in the car world, plus all the automotive-related news from Google I/O.

Taking the Hyperloop to the future of transportation (AutoComplete Podcast, Ep. 18)

5/13/2016
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In this week's rundown of the biggest stories, Tim and Emme talk Hyperloop, Tesla factory tours and the latest update on the never-ending Dieselgate saga.

Tesla Model 3 might already be running late (AutoComplete Podcast, Ep. 17)

5/6/2016
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Lots of updates from Tesla, pricing on a pair of hot cars, and yet more Takata airbag woes.

Recalls, recalls and more recalls. (AutoComplete Podcast, Ep. 15)

4/22/2016
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We have recalls galore, the latest rumors on the supposed Apple Car and a new BMW update that'll make it easier than ever to record your track day antics.

What on Earth is Tim shredding on this week?! (AutoComplete, Ep. 14)

4/15/2016
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"High-octane" gas may not be a lie for much longer; Tim Stevens will soon be shredding on something you've never seen before; and the scope of the Takata airbag problem gets bigger (if that's possible).

Tesla's production woes can't hurt the Model 3 (AutoComplete, Ep. 13)

4/7/2016
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Tesla blames "hubris" for Model X delays, the Model 3 breaks 325,000 reservations and we've got a boatload of updates on autonomous driving.

Tesla finally shows us the Model 3 (AutoComplete, Ep. 12)

4/1/2016
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Elon Musk debuts the next big thing in motoring, plus the latest updates on Volkswagen's ongoing Dieselgate saga.

A Miata targa and new Godzilla make us swoon (AutoComplete Ep. 11)

3/24/2016
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Nissan refreshes the GT-R, Mazda gives the Miata a special targa version, and Toyota puts Prius on battery steroids. The Roadshow team has it all from the New York auto show.

Robotic braking about to become the new normal (AutoComplete Ep. 10)

3/18/2016
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A milestone deal promises automatic braking on most cars by 2022. How much range will Tesla Model 3 really have at $35,000? And pickup trucks become the unlikely arena for camera wars.

The 'Dieselgate' bad news just won't quit (AutoComplete, Ep. 9)

3/11/2016
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Three more updates on "Dieselgate," plus some good news for minivan lovers and the foundation of next-generation Subarus.

Five and a half cars we'd take home from Geneva (AutoComplete Ep. 8)

3/4/2016
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The top five cars from Geneva auto show -- and one that isn't. What the first Google car crash means, and how to order that new NSX.

The recall shoe drops on 2016 Honda Civics. (AutoComplete, Ep. 7)

2/26/2016
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Honda recalls 40K Civics for misassembled engines, cordless charging comes to Teslas, and Audi's newest crossover is also its smallest.

First car without a key - how many ways can that go wrong? (AutoComplete, Ep. 6)

2/19/2016
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The first electric Aston Martin, the first Tesla under $500 and the first car without a key are all on the way.

US admits a car can (soon) be its own driver (AutoComplete, Ep. 5)

2/11/2016
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US regulators embrace cars without steering wheels, and will Kia go gunning for the 3 Series? Plus, why weekend racers are freaked the EPA just killed their sport.

Scion is dead -- here's why (AutoComplete, Ep. 4)

2/4/2016
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In a surprise move, Scion is killed off by Toyota, VW's latest attempt at a Dieselgate recall, and the new engine we expect in F-150.

Is Silicon Valley impressive or delusional as a carmaking hub? (AutoComplete, Ep. 3)

1/26/2016
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We speculate with the best about Apple's car, find out where the *another* 5M deadly airbags are installed and get IFTTT in our BMW dashboard.

GM wants some of you to borrow a car instead of buy one (AutoComplete Podcast, Ep. 2)

1/19/2016
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Suddenly, GM is the biggest carmaker in car- and ride-sharing, Tesla goes to Washington to plead for factory stores, and the car audio tech that people buy a certain car just to get.
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