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Alta Motors Delivers First Electric Motocross / Supermoto Bikes [VIDEO]

Alta Motors, the San Francisco-based electric vehicle company and creators of the RedShift – a line of electric motocross and supermoto motorcycles – today announced that the company delivered its first motorcycle to customers Eric Gauthier and Jeannine Smith, who own and operate Suspension Performance in Mountain View, CA. “We’ve been quietly driving towards this moment for over 8 years in pursuit of creating the best motorcycles money can buy,” said Marc Fenigstein, co-founder and CEO of Alta Motors.

26-Year-Old Hacker Demos 'AcuraWatch Plus' Self-Driving option [VIDEO]

Tesla's Autopilot uses hardware and software from Mobileye to control the Model S on highways. Apparently Tesla would like to discontinue using Mobileye’s code in favor of bringing it in-house, according to an email exchange between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and George Hotz, a software engineer mainly known for being the first person to jailbreak the iPhone.

2016 Audi R18 LMP1 Prototype caught testing @ Sebring [VIDEO]

Following the new Audi R18's world premiere at the Audi Training Center Munich last month, the now battery powered R18 Audi Le Mans Prototype LMP was recently caught testing at Sebring International raceway in Florida USA. The 2016 R18 retains the 4.0L TDI engine but moves up into the 6MJ class; the 2015 R18 raced in the 4MJ class, up from 2MJ the season before.

Porsche will invest $1 billion to launch battery-powered Mission E [VIDEO]

Porsche will spend about 1 billion euros ($1.09 billion) on production facilities at its biggest plant to make its first-ever all-electric sports car. The Volkswagen-owned manufacturer will create more than 1,000 new jobs at its base in Zuffenhausen in Germany where a new paint shop and assembly line will be set up to build the battery-powered "Mission E" model, Porsche said on Friday. Porsche's investment in emissions-free drive technology reflects parent VW's growing commitment to increase its electric offerings as it struggles to overcome an emissions scandal.

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