Huge brain needs huge power
While driverless cars are supposed to be the next big thing, there is a significant hurdle they have to overcome – power.
Ready for 2020 but expensive
British inventor Sir James Dyson is planning to build a “radically different” electric car which will be on sale in 2020.
A step towards auto autos
Qualcomm has introduced a new Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) chipset and reference design that aims to bring automakers one step closer to deploying the communications systems necessary for fully autonomous vehicles.
Fanboys claim Apple should have protected them
Apple fanboys have taken Jobs’ Mob to court for not doing enough to protect them while driving.
Looks like petrol will be gone
Hyundai says it is placing electric vehicles at the center of its product strategy - one that includes plans for a premium long distance electric car as it seeks to catch up to Tesla.
What does it hope to learn about the driver?
The car maker Tesla might be finding itself in hot water after installing a camera inside the car to monitor the driver.
Ready for electric cars
Toyota is in production engineering for a solid state battery, which uses a solid electrolyte instead of the conventional semi-liquid version used in today's lithium-ion batteries.
Out of gas
Volvo has announced that starting in 2019, all of the new models it produces will be electric or hybrid.
Level Four self-driving by self-driving by 2021
Autoliv and Volvo Car Corporation, with Zenuity, a newly-formed automotive software development joint venture equally owned by Autoliv and Volvo, will work together with Nvidia to develop next generation self-driving car technologies.
Fuji Keizai claims 90 percent will be connected by 2035
Demand for connected cars has been rising and the type of vehicles are expected to account for 29.1 percent of overall car shipments in 2017 and by 2035, according to beancounters at Fuji Keizai.