Credit: Itos LelinaSojitz G Auto Philippines - official distributors of Geely cars there - confirmed
which are expected to arrive sometime this year in Malaysia.
facelift.Mildly refreshed exteriorAs expected, the exterior largely mirrors the Indo- and Thai-spec cars
term “roaring” because the Yaris’s comeback saw the car pioneer safety features that have
Which means it requires planning and can be a bit of a hassle depending on where you live.The range-topping
But for those looking for big cars to impress family members with, the used car market is certainly a
In this most recent video uploaded onto social media, the Mat Motor in the video was actually using a
what you’ll need is the grille for the 2018 to 2020 model.Also keep in mind if your X70 has the 360
All variants of the Perodua Myvi have rear drum brakes.
that make autonomous driving possible.If you aren’t a camera or tech aficionado, you might not
money.For a time, the common knowledge when it comes to these two is that the 3 Series provides a sportier
peak of BMW’s executive sedan in its M Sport trim.Courtesy of Autohome, we now have a good look
Even more impressive is the Flagship variant which has a full suite of ADAS including AEB with pedestrian
More and more cars now come equipped with ADAS, even the Perodua Bezza Advanced facelift came equipped
The 2020 Perodua Bezza is now sleeker with new modern touches but major changes have been made in terms
On a Malaysian highway, no less!
The most obvious change in the exterior is the addition of a body kit on the AMG Line which makes the
Bhd. has released a new accessory for the Honda HR-V and Honda BR-V, which is a 360-degree camera.As
deliveries for that variant will only start in July 2021, past the current SST-exemption/discount period which
As we have mentioned a few days ago, Nissan is set to launch its smallest SUV in Indonesia.
, most cars have reverse sensors fitted as standard.
in the Vios.3D 360-degree camera on the Vios faceliftThe Vios facelift comes with 7 airbags, BSM, RCTA
As anticipation grows over the 2021 Perodua Ativa, lots have been said about Peroduas newest upstart
A modern day’s car engine is typically developed to have a service life of around 15 years/250,000
SCBS), front and rearTheres no ADAS radar module hereIf you’ve been paying attention, you would have
exciting.Here’s a list of cars that’s very practical for family hauling duties, and still
Between the Honda Jazz and the Toyota Yaris’s offerings, many are hard pressed to determine which
well pit the three range-toppers of each model (D-Max X-Terrain, Hilux Rogue, Triton Athlete) to see which
We even used to have a racing circuit in Batu Tiga that was once used to film the Jackie Chan film, &
Have you ever wondered which country produced the most cars?
Saw an ad for a new Volvo which now offers a “new 360 degree camera” ..... which I currently have in my car.... by turning my head
Nope, none whatsoever. We’re each bound by the decree to exercise Shared Responsibility—be sure to SWIVEL YOUR HEAD 360° AT ALL TIMES, especially if you‘re not driving, and GET OUT OF THE WAY—to avoid being maimed or killed by those delighting in their Freedom Machines.
So it'll be like it was before there were red light cameras? To which I myself never had to swivel my head 360. Also didn't have a camera taking indiscriminate pictures or video of my car.
That's the problem with parking sensors. Stop reversing when you hear the shrill beep, turn off the engine, get out and don't worry where you've actually left the car
My motor has a 360 camera which is very good. But it often shows the car parked up neatly when in fact it is at a slight angle. You can't beat actually using mirrors. Also, having the camera confirms that Waitrose customers seem to have suicidal tendencies.
Spouse and housemate are back, and I have paused the movie to try to explain to them.
"Why does he have a New York accent? Why isn't it eating all the other cars? Why is it chasing them specifically? Why did the camera just pull a 360?""You are asking questions to which there is no satisfactory answer."
@MaribelAberCNN dyk all Vehicles sold in Canada starting in 2017 must have a back up camera and 2 miilion were sold including mine which has 360 view around the car camera in front and back and underneath each exterior mirror for a complete view around the SUV
Be honest: Can you parallel park?
Not any more! I had a 360 camera in my previous car which made it a dream. New car doesn't have this and I've realised I've been ruined
Images from 4 or more cameras are stitched together to create a 360 degree image of the area surrounding the vehicle. An avatar of the vehicle is superimposed onto that image to indicate the position of the vehicle. It’s an excellent system though an expensive option and expensive to repair if it experiences a failure. IMHO the value of these systems is so high that they should be mandated which would lower costs through mass distribution.
Back in 2014 I was driving a 2004 Dodge Ram 150 truck with the 3.7 V6 and 5 speed manual transmission. I liked the truck, but it was lacking in creature comforts (the only real options were A/C and cruise control!). It had manual windows and seats, and didn’t even have carpet on the floors (all rubber matting)! In fact, its’ one great feature was installed by my son and I: a really decent stereo system with a Pioneer head unit (donated by my son) and Sony speakers and amplifier… we even made a small subwoofer to go behind the seats. Since most components were bought on eBay, I had about $230 in the whole thing! But great sound doesn’t make up for a really rough ride, poor fuel mileage (around 17mpg avg) and the lack of comfort features! Fast forward to December 2014… I had just taken a new job, and my son called me and said, “Dad, check out this car lot… they have a car I think you would love!” So, I went by the lot and saw this beautiful 2011 Dodge Durango R/T (the R/T is the sporty model!) It had 49K miles on it, and it was loaded… 5.7L V8, leather interior, backup camera, power windows and seats, 3 row seating, power liftgate, matching 20″ wheels… I fell in love with it! And now, I can tell you the pros and cons of this vehicle: Cons: Poor fuel economy… I average around 17 mpg combined driving. I can get the economy into the mid 20s on the highway if I drive conservatively (not my strong suite!), but it is heavy (5000lbs!) and powerful (360 bhp). The engine is known to have a possible flaw in the camshaft which can make for an expensive repair! Pros: It is comfortable with the leather seating and great room for the driver (I am 6′ 4″ tall). It has plenty of power and is quite fast. It has lots of tech which has proven to be quite durable: Infinity sound system, display for the sound system and back up camera, Sat-nav, towing package, power liftgate with remote control, 120V outlets (along with numerous 12V outlets), remote start, power sunroof, traction control, etc. It handles quite well… this is one of the last models to benefit from Chryslers’ time with Daimler-Benz, and the chassis/drivetrain is basically all Benz design. This also accounts for some of the car’s weight… it rides and handles like a big M-B model! I think it looks fantastic, and it puts a smile on my face each time I drive it! I have put 34K miles on it since Dec. 14, and it is still like new! With the second and third row seat folded down, there is an enormous amount of room in the vehicle… which has been handy many times over!
Daily Driver: Mercedes Maybach S600 Simply the best all-round car out there. I mean, look at that interior! It’s loaded with every comfort and tech feature that exists in the car industry! Weekend Car: Ferrari 488 Spyder What’s better than dropping the roof and cruising down back roads in a prancing horse? Track Car: Porsche 911 GT3 PDK Simply the best track car out there. Fast, agile, light, and stable. Plus, the sound ain’t too bad, especially when the tachometer touches 9000 rpm! Utility Vehicle: Ford F150 Raptor Oh yeah! The Raptor is simply a “go anywhere, do anything” vehicle. It runs well on asphalt and dirt. Interestingly, it also has a 360 degree camera, something not seen on most off-road vehicles. Project Car: Nissan R35 GTR with Alpha16 Tuning Package Just google up the horsepower rating. And yes, it’s actually that powerful. Now I have to start thinking about how I’m going to make a couple million dollars.
Well first up, I need to discuss exactly what my dream garage would look like. On instagram, I fell in love with Dan Casanova’s over-the-top garage design. This wasn't done with special effects for the sake of the photo, but is instead a series of mirrors, glass, glossy black ceilings and floors with LED light strips all over the place. It looks like this in real life. Pretty crazy right? Now, what kinds of cars am I going to keep in this place? Well.. For the times when I’d like to go out for a drive and scare the pants off of both myself and my passenger with the 2.2 second 0–100 time, or when I’d like to show off to onlookers, I’ll take out my: Porsche 918 For a classy evening cruise with the girlfriend for a night out, while I’m wearing my Patek Phillipe watch and Brioni suit, I’ll have to go with my: Lamborghini Miura I'm still human, and I’ll need something with a few more seats to grab the groceries. For this, I’ll want bullet-proof windows, 360 degree thermal cameras (to assist with parking, of course!), and everything else I need to survive a trip to the grocery store. I think I’ll go with a: Conquest Evade
He doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Amnon Shashua is perhaps the most knowledgeable leader in this domain, who has run MobilEye for two decades working with most auto manufacturers (including Tesla) across the globe, and is a first rate academic. He used to advocate cameras for the first decade and a half, and in the recent years even he has given up, and now routinely talks about a more diverse array of sensors. Similar views are shared by other leading computer vision academics such as Raquel Urtasun, who is now leading Uber’s AD efforts: their cars have LIDAR, seven cameras, 360 degree radar coverage, IMU/GPS, even though in her academic work she had exclusively focused on cameras. She obviously realizes how far behind camera-only vision is for real-world applications. On the other hand, pure roboticists, such as the head of Toyota Research, Gill Prat probably never believed in vision-only systems to begin with! Ofcourse at the end, one can argue that humans also drive with their eyes alone, and cameras today provide foveal resolution throughout their visual field, and thus are superior to human eyes - so in theory it should be possible. And sure, there are early demos of people doing that, such as MobilEye’s and recently AutoX’s demos. But the key challenge in robotics in general, and safety-critical applications such as self-driving in particular is robustness which cannot be achieved without a diverse array of sensing modalities. I would be surprised if we have camera-only systems for L5 self-driving even after a decade from now. Edit: After all the comments below, I thought I’d share why I think he might be making claims that he knows to be false. I think his immediate worry is stabilizing his electric car business, and making sure his cars keep selling. Self-driving car technology from any competitor is atleast a decade away. He’ll worry about it when his company is still alive in 2027. For now, being able to claim that if you buy his cars today, they will gain full self-driving capabilities by a software update over the air in a couple of years is really a unique selling point that other electric car manufacturers aren’t claiming!
2019 Nissan Kicks. Nissan invented the ,360,-,degree, ,camera, feature about 12 years ago, and today, it offers this system on some of its most affordable products. ... Hyundai santa fe sport Volvo XC60 Mahindra Alturas Range Rover Velar Kia Seltos
They are quite different. Google's system uses an expensive 64-beam LIDAR to localize itself to within 10cm on a detailed pre-existing map. It's incredibly precise. It also uses the LIDAR data to build a 360 degree world model that tracks and predicts movements for all nearby vehicles, pedestrians, and other obstacles, so it's able to plan intelligent paths through complex highway or urban environments. Tesla's system is reportedly based on monocular forward-looking camera technology from Mobileye. This means it's very unlikely that Tesla's system can localize itself on a map, at least to the degree needed to accomplish lane keeping (GPS isn't reliable enough). However, the forward-looking camera can pick up the location and curvature of highway lane makers, which is more than enough to simply keep the car in its lane and accomplish basic lane change maneuvers. Each of these systems excels in its own domain. Tesla's is low-cost and will likely be effective at accomplishing Elon Musk's goal of automating 90% of driving within a few years. But handling the last 10% of driving situations is very, very hard. Google created the 90% solution years ago and accurately predicted others would follow soon after, so they decided to focus on solving the really hard problems that will give them a major, potentially even monopolistic advantage in the long run.
Nikon has stated releasing a 360 camera which is waterproof. If I were to get this device, I would find a way to mount it so that I could lower it into the water when I go fishing. This would allow me to see all directions since it is not practical to direct or keep the camera pointing in one direction when lowering it from the surface. It is very interesting to see the seafloor at 20 or 30 meters down when you have no idea sitting at the surface.
I have a joke that I often use for “fundamentalist” drivers: “I’ll show you how to be safe, even if it kills us all.” I don’t brake-check other drivers, even if the other driver is an asshole….even if I’m being an asshole, too. I really have no desire to be rear-ended and have to be inconvenienced by having to deal with being in a crash. I have a few YouTube videos of people brake-checking me. Brake-checking is considered vehicular assault, if you can prove it. I have 3 cameras in my car, front, rear, and 360°. I record everything and I have a YouTube channel where I don’t just put other drivers on blast, it puts my side of the story in public domain. To start things off: I’m rarely tailgated. I’m one of the faster drivers on the road, so if you’re following me, you’re probably ‘on my team’ for lack of a better phrase. You probably recognize that I’m getting somewhere and I’m a good car to follow if you want to get somewhere, too. I usually attract “tag-alongs.’ I rarely tailgate, mostly because there’s no point, people are either going to move over, or they’re going to be fundamentalist and camp in the left lane. I do follow close enough so I’m not giving other drivers an invitation to cut me off. Tailgaters don’t bother me. I have ZERO concern for what’s happening behind me, that’s their business and they’re being recorded. Also, I have a massive weight-distribution hitch that will f* up your day. I even have a YouTube video of someone hitting it during a rush hour slow-down. I stay right and so should you. The left lane is the passing lane, if you don’t have to pass, you should be in one of the right lanes. I can’t believe how many people on the road live in a hell of their own design, which brings me back to my first point: Fundamentalists, who obey all the laws and force others to obey all the laws are usually the most guilty of creating a hazard for themselves and other drivers. They’re often the most guilty of trying to be road vigilantes who brake check, drive with their high-beams on, camp in the passing lane, and create static with other drivers because they disagree with other people’s driving style. I have an entire YouTube channel of what I’ve captured on my 3 dash cams.