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webfi- Comma.ai launches an $88 universal car interface called Panda

Comma.ai pulled its Comma One self-driving car kit last year after regulators came down on the startup. Now the company is launching a system to pull and interpret your car data.



  • M4XC4V413R4 on December 1, 2017

    "Comma.ai launches an $88 universal car interface called Panda"

    Goes to comma.ai checks Panda, it costs 99 bucks…

  • Mike Calfin on December 8, 2017

    holy crap its geohot lol

  • Justin Craven on December 10, 2017

    People hating because they cant afford Raybans lol

  • Nerdom 212 on December 11, 2017

    Not diggin' the subglasses.

  • menghak ma on December 14, 2017

    How to invest in this as stock?

  • Tombstone on December 20, 2017

    When you are too cool, you wear suit and glassed for lul.

  • My Reviews on December 25, 2017

    When did GeoHotz become a massive douchebag?

  • Akash Shah on February 24, 2018

    isnt this just an OBD device available on amazon from china for 30 bucks?

  • Paul Archer on February 25, 2018

    Decent interview; horrible audio.

  • THE KILLER SENTRA on March 18, 2018

    Already been done long time ago. I know I have this trash in my work vehicle. Tech geeks like this one, Thanks for making my life miserable. Can't take a piss with out my boss on my ass. This man can't take a seat and dissapear in the shadows ….

  • ivan roth on April 9, 2018

    Keep the shades. Fucking A kudos.

  • Moe F. on April 13, 2018

    People saying these are available from China for $30, but do they work with the comma.ai system?

  • Chris E on April 29, 2018

    This is a joke right? OBD exists since stone age…

  • Ken Hoey on July 6, 2018

    This is an ODB II Bluetooth device you can get on Ebay for $15 and use one of hundreds of free apps on Google Play Store

  • Ken Hoey on July 6, 2018

    You do realize this guy is nothing more than a pitchman con artist. He's no different than a used car salesman or ringmaster at the circus. He's selling snake oil to those suckers born every minute!

  • Andres Agredo on July 28, 2018

    why he is using dark glasses? is he rock start?

  • Shoe Strings EV on July 29, 2018

    Wish this worked on cheaper EVs like Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf. Both top sellers in Europe. Each has the wobbly lane keep assist.

  • gijsbert van gemert on August 9, 2018

    you guys used video clips from Virtually Chris

  • Hammi on October 11, 2018

    george is such a meme

  • XCV_DRYMMO on October 11, 2018

    you guys plying cath up when george hotz contract signed million dollar projects lol

  • Abraham h. p. on October 16, 2018

    show us that nice coder`s eyesbag

  • Sirius Black on February 16, 2019

    I recon it is a OBD interfacing device since that's what car manufacturers are impelementing on their cars. Some how I dont quite like the idea of using a esp8266 as a car interface controller since it needs a pretty stable power source or it would crash randomly, which is not something u would want to happen when driving on a freeway.

  • J P on February 22, 2019

    cool to see one of the best devs in the world is blind..joking 😛

  • Lotus on May 2, 2019

    Scuffed Elon

  • Authoratah on June 1, 2019

    I don't see how this will give you any more data than a $10 OBD2 reader

  • HKashaf on July 9, 2019

    I wonder when is Tesla going to buyout comma.ai

  • nirtulys on May 25, 2020

    how does this differ from any other OBD device for 10 USD?

  • Nik Howlett on November 13, 2020

    i am pro sunglasses and that interviewer was not nice!

  • Vlad on June 8, 2021

    George wore glasses years after his hacking days ended so that he could surprise everyone when he won self-driving by taking them off.

  • Maisonier on August 23, 2021

    wow that garage … The stuff that every geek would love to have.

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