Seven months after Honda Motor announced plans to collaborate with self-driving car pioneer Waymo LLC, little progress has been made, Honda’s chief executive said.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
AUGUST 26, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - DRT POWER SYSTEMS, LLC - LANE
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- Infiniti QX50 compact crossover returns for 2017 with prices beginning at $34,650
By G. Chambers Williams III, Autos Correspondent - Friday Jul 21, 2017
[...] standard are an eight-way power driver's seat and a four-way power passenger's seat, along with heated front seats.[...] this year, the QX50 was the entry-level crossover in the Infiniti lineup, similar in size to the Nissan Rogue compact crossover, although they're actually on different chassis (the base Rogue has front-wheel drive, for one big difference).With the remake, the QX50 also got a new front bumper and lower front fascia, LED daytime running lights, an Infiniti double-arch grille, and side mirrors with integrated LED turn signals, along with updated side sills and a new rear bumper and lower fascia.Other exterior features include a rear hatch spoiler with integrated brake light, chrome dual exhaust tips, the standard power tilt/slide tinted-glass moon roof, and a courtesy light in the driver's outside mirror to illuminate the ground in front of the door at night.Other technology includes the Bluetooth hands-free phone system, Infiniti Intelligent Key with pushbutton start, and satellite radio.Among standard safety features are driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact air bags; roof-mounted side-curtain air bags for both rows, and a tire-pressure monitoring system.The Technology Package added features Lane Departure Warning and Lane Departure Prevention, Intelligent Cruise Control, Distance Control Assist, Intelligent Brake Assist with Forward Collision Warning, and Blind Spot Warning.With the Premium Package, we got the Bose Premium Audio System with 11 speakers; Advanced Climate Control with air purifier; dual-occupant memory system for driver's seat, outside mirrors and steering wheel; entry/exit assist for driver's seat and steering wheel; outside mirrors with reverse tilt-down feature; auto-dimming inside mirror with HomeLink; maple interior accents; power tilt/telescopic steering column; and aluminum roof rails.The Premium Plus Package tacked on a navigation system, the Infiniti Around View Monitor, and front and rear sonar parking aid.
- 2017 Lexus ES hybrid goes long on efficiency, legroom
By Jeff Yip, Autos Correspondent - Monday Jul 17, 2017
The luxury midsize sedan now comes with Safety System Plus standard, meaning every 2017 ES has high-speed dynamic radar cruise control, pre-collision with pedestrian detection, intelligent high beams and lane-departure alert.For now, drivers can switch into sport mode, which sharpens performance response, changes the virtual gauge cluster illumination to red and replaces the hybrid system information indicator with a tachometer.The ES comes with plenty of creature comforts at no extra charge, including moonroof, rain-sensing wipers, sound-deadener for the floor pan, outside mirrors with turn signals, LED low beams and wrap-around taillights, fog lamps, multifunction steering wheel and 10-way adjustable power front seats.Other nifty touches include sensors that illuminate the car inside and out (puddle lamps in the side mirrors) and the climate system automatically switches to inside air recirculation if sensors detect foul air like diesel exhaust.The luxury package ($1,670) bundles heated/ventilated seats, leather-trimmed interior with embossed pattern, wood trim on center console and cup holders but requires the power rear sunshade, Bi-LED headlamps, wood steering wheel and blind spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert.The ultra luxury package ($3,000) features panoramic glass roof for back seat light, ambient lighting, driver's seat cushion extender, power tilt telescopic, manual door sunshades, passenger seat memory and upgraded leather trim.There's one catch: to get the ultra bundle, buyers must either add the Mark Levinson/navigation system or just navigation ($1,470).Since drivers with decent data plans can usually use their phones to stream turn-by-turn directions, news or entertainment via Bluetooth, a smart double play to consider is opting for the premium package, which adds real wood trim, power tilt/telescoping wheel, memory seats and remote keyless entry for a reasonable $730, and the blind-spot and rear cross traffic alert for $500.Navigation/Mark Levinson audio, $2,590; luxury package, $1,670; LED headlamps, $515; blind spot monitor/rear cross traffic alert, $500; parking assist, $500; power open/close trunk, $400; heated wood and leather steering wheel, $450