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A random selection of interesting trivia from the world of motoring.
Many high-end vehicles are already partly autonomous, with brakes that activate if sensors indicate an impending crash, steering that prevents drifting, sonar systems that navigate into parking spaces, and cruise control that prevents following the next car too closely.
The Soviet Union allowed cinemas to play The Grapes of Wrath because of its depiction of the plight of the poor under capitalism, but it was later withdrawn because Russian audiences were amazed that even the poorest Americans could afford a car.
The average car has 30,000 parts.
The Mercedes SLR McLaren had 37 patents created for its use of carbon fibre.
The M1 was built to handle up to 14,000 vehicles a day. It now serves 10 times that number.