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Waymo self-driving prototypeIntel, Waymo team up to design self-driving car computers Google spinoff-slash-self-driving technology firm Waymo is partnering with Intel to develop new computing platforms. The companies announced the partnership this week, and revealed that Intel technologies have featured in Waymo’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans and their...

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A Hellcat Durango!?!  Oh Hellcat Yes Please ! :clapping::drool::driving:

I drove a 2017 Hemi 5.7 Durango Sport to and from Hilton Head this summer. It came with paddle shifters!!!! What domestic truck or SUV do know you comes with paddle shifters? This thing was fun to drive (when the wife was not in the vehicle). I can only imagine what a Hellcat drivetrain would do to this thing !!!! Shades of the Viper V10 Ram pickups.

Yes I know someone built this as a phantom vehicle, but if Dodge built it they will buy it

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