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Amazon to pay more than $1.2 billion for Zoox

Amazon will pay more than $1.2 billion to acquire Zoox, the Foster City, California, self-driving technology company, reports the Financial Times (FT). While the purchase could fuel Amazon’s delivery fleet, a source familiar with the deal told the newspaper it could signal the eCommerce giant’s entry into ride-hailing. The source said Amazon

Tips to Clean Your Favourite Cars

It is necessary to be safe from COVID-19 when being inside at own vehicles, but disinfecting the car isn't the same as disinfecting your kitchen counters. The automotive expert shares some tips on what you can safely use to keep your car clean. Here are some tips provided by ACE Autos, Inc.: Washing

AUST Team with Their Car to Compete in Formula Student UK

A student engineering team ‘Team Primus’ composed of 28 members from varying disciplines at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST) and is getting ready to place an entry into Formula Student UK (FSUK), a motorsport competition for engineering students worldwide. Team Primus looks all set to smash performance barriers with

‘Toyota does not compromise about safety’

Toyota recently recalled over a hundred thousand of its Lexus model cars across many different regions for fuel leak related problems. This was preceded by the much talked about recalls from 2009-11 when millions of cars were recalled. For Bangladeshi buyers and users of Toyota vehicles, the recall process is done


Whether for its seating capacity or innumerable features, Toyota’s Rush provides you all the reasons to hop on board. With the seven-seat SUV scoring a glittery five-star in ASEAN NCAP’s crash test rating, the hype and buzz surrounding this model seems well-earned. Among the selling points marketed by Toyota is its


An autonomous car is a vehicle that can guide itself without human conduction. With concrete reality it may pave the way for future systems where computers take over the art of driving. They’re classified by levels, zero through five. Zero and one are what most cars on the road are today.