first_img Transfer rumours and paper review 1 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has dropped his wage demands to just £80,000-a-week in a bid to seal a move to Arsenal. (Metro)Louis van Gaal has identified Argentina hard man Ezequiel Garay as the player to fix Manchester United’s leaky defence. United sent two scouts to watch the Zenit St Petersburg centre-half play in the Champions League against Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday with a view to making a January bid. (Daily Mirror)Van Gaal has refused to rule out the possibility of signing former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes. The United boss has allowed the 32-year-old to use the club’s training facilities as he bids to return from the anterior cruciate ligament injury that has kept him out since March. (Daily Express)Chelsea and Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado is just ‘details away’ from penning a new deal with Fiorentina. (Daily Express)Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini is confident England goalkeeper Joe Hart will sign a new contract at the Etihad Stadium. (Daily Mail)And here’s the latest headlines…Lambert reveals Aston Villa have option to sign on-loan midfielder on permanent dealVan der Sar responds to Januzaj links: ‘Ajax can’t afford Man United starlet’Blow for Man United and Chelsea as Juventus star signs new contractFulham starlet given green light to leave Craven CottageExclusive – Meluensteen warns Man United: ‘Chelsea are still a threat without Costa’Ex-Man United coach hopes Valdes’ arrival has been ‘communicated well’ to De GeaExclusive – Liverpool fans will be agitated by ‘infuriating’ Balotelli, claims former Reds coachlast_img read more

first_img Summoning Tesla Model X Out of Water Puddle – Video Forget about finding your car, the car will find you.Tesla recently upgraded its Summon feature, which originally enabled one to move the cars forward or backward using the smartphone app, to a new kind of “remote control mode” (a big RC car).The new Advanced Summon makes it possible to turn left or right and literally come to the driver, as demonstrated in the video provided by DapperTech, who wrote “Tesla owner calls his car over to him in parking lot with enhanced summon.”. We expect more video reviews soon, so we will find out more on how it works in the near future.Tesla Summon Mode UPDATE: Advanced Tesla Summon Mode Coming OTA In Just 6 Weeks Tesla Advanced Summon Gets Regulator Approval Source: Electric Vehicle News According to Tesla, the Advanced Summon is now part of the Full Self-Driving capability package, which includes:Navigate on AutopilotAdvanced Summon – “your parked car will come find you anywhere in a parking lot. Really.”Auto Lane ChangeAutoparklater this year, will recognize and respond to traffic lights and stop signs (automatic driving on city streets also expected this year)In the case of the Model 3, the Full Self-Driving cost $5,000 (in the U.S.), which is on top of $3,000 for Autopilot for the base package of features. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on March 22, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more