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Brain Wave Anti-Theft System, Lincoln Film Series, Millennial Brand Loyalty: What’s New

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Today at The Car Connection, we took a look at a new anti-theft device that measures brain waves, saw some videos from a new Lincoln film series and learned that brand loyalty isn’t a strong factor among millennials. That’s just some of what’s new, right here on The Car Connection.

Engineers have developed a prototype for a safety system that uses brain waves to identity drivers.

The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible made its debut this week in Frankfurt.

Volkswagen predicts it will be the biggest seller of electrified cars by 2018.

Lincoln has teamed up with Vanity Fair to produce a new film series featuring its cars.

Acura's engineer in charge of the new NSX sports car has revealed some details on the project.

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz E250 BlueTEC diesel sedan will return 34 mpg combined.

According to a new study, around 54 percent of millennial car shoppers are open to any brand.

The 2015 Nissan Z sports car will be previewed in concept form in Tokyo this November.

Volkswagen may soon launch some natural gas cars.

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