Jaguar Joins Formula E, Nissan’s Wireless Charging, Fuelling the Mirai T.E.N. Future Car News 18th December 2015

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  • bathbun

    Two small points I noticed while watching the KIA autonomous driving video:
    a. Lane change without any indication
    b. Steering wheel turning to full lock without any forward/reverse motion.
    Bad practice or what?