Will continue until next year
Volvo Cars warned that the sector-wide semiconductor shortage would continue into next year, as its first quarterly report since listing on the stock market a month ago confirmed a dip in revenue and profit.
Down for a week
Inventor of the seat belt, Volvo, has temporarily stopped production at its Swedish plant in Gothenburg due to the shortage of semiconductor chips.
Polestar comes with Google
Volvo has released its first all-electric car to take on the Tesla 3.
Sweden’s Volvo, the world’s second-biggest truck maker, presented a new self-driving electric truckwhich it said should help respond to the boom in ecommerce and a shortage of freight drivers.
The USA National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued a preliminary report about the first Uber pedestrian fatality. In short, the sensors worked and the software failed.
Powered by Intel's Atom Automotive SoC
At the Google I/O conference, Volvo has teamed up with Intel and Google to show its latest infotainment system based on Intel's Atom automotive SoC and running on the latest Android P OS.
The self-driving car didn’t slow down
Self-driving cars should be very safe and reliable, but earlier this week in a little town in the US called Tempe, a 49 year old woman lost her life to a self-driving vehicle.
Out of gas
Volvo has announced that starting in 2019, all of the new models it produces will be electric or hybrid.
Has no problem with duck-billed Platypus
They might have a reputation of being the dullest but safest cars in the world, but Volvo’s self-driving cars are having a problem down under.