The 1987 Ruf CTR, dubbed the Golden Bird, made our list of the 100 most important cars. Based on the reworked 930 generation Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2, the Yellowbird was reworked to cut weight and reduce the engine to just 3.4 liters. The result is a world-beating supercar with 469 hp and 408 lb-ft of torque.
A 2022 Ford GT MK II is headed to Mecum’s Indianapolis auction in May. The track-specific variant of the Ford supercar is limited to 45 units and each costs $1.2 million. The car is number 12 and it has been used for only 8 hours 332 miles, according to the listing.
General Motors has applied for a patent to use a self-driving car system to teach students to drive. The system will replace driving instructors and use AI powered by sensors and control inputs to provide real-time feedback to students. The idea is to reduce the cost of driver training and make it easier for students to schedule.
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