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Doug Newcomb

Senior Industry Analyst -- Mobility and Connectivity

Doug writes about connectivity, automated driving and mobility for Wards Intelligence.

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With 10 billion miles in simulated testing and 8 million of road testing, Waymo’s AV competitors have lots of catching up to do.

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Auto Tech Check – ʼ19 Mazda3 Hatchback

The new ’19 Mazda3 gets more horsepower, an updated exterior and new tech features but retains some quirks.

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