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  • Land Rover introduces a 'self-learning' car
  • Land Rover introduces a 'self-learning' car
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Land Rover introduces a 'self-learning' car

Land Rover is turning its cars into ‘Smart Assistants’. Using the latest technology, its vehicles will automatically adapt to habits and preferences, doing everything from automatically adjusting seats and mirrors, to reminding you to pick up your child’s PE kit.

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