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The rise of electric and autonomous vehicles plays into the hands of major global technology suppliers. But new growth segments are still beckoning smaller companies.
The infotainment supplier is trying to simplify 'cognitive load' for drivers.
Delphi is partnering with and taking a minority stake in Israeli lidar-maker Innoviz Technologies as it seeks to further develop Level 3 autonomous driving technology.
Ford's newly minted CEO doesn't foresee a robot takeover when it comes to the advent of autonomous vehicles.
The automaker will offer three electrified vehicles in 2019 and spin out the high-performance Polestar line as an EV-only subbrand.
The brand will initially begin sales in China this November.
New products, new strategies and bigger sales are keeping JLR and Volvo on the climb.
This week, a political battle is brewing in New York, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just won't go away and researchers are dressing up like car seats.
Intel has completed its $15 billion acquisition of autonomous driving tech company Mobileye. The finalized acquisition cements Intel's efforts to break into the autonomous vehicle market.
Which of these is the better buy? In the green-car market, any long-range, battery-powered vehicle has to compete on the smallest of details and specs.
Tesla dominated the week's conversation, but we've got more from carmaker anxiety in Traverse City, legislative deliberation in Washington D.C. and a hubris-check in Silicon Valley.
Nissan researcher says autonomous vehicles have to navigate unwritten rules of the road before manufacturers can safely deploy them.
While artificial intelligence and connectivity will accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles, they will also bring efficiencies to dealerships, supply chain and office operations.
It's going to take more than a bike-sharing venture for automakers to pivot to mobility.
PSA Group sees its North American return as a chance to transition to a mobility-first business.
Toyota wants its technology to make humans better drivers before fully autonomous vehicles take over, but it wants to avoid coming off as an overbearing driving instructor.
As automakers ramp up efforts to remove the human from driving decisions, they will aggressively pursue greater vehicle electrification, forecaster Jeff Schuster predicts.
Autonomous vehicles will shake up the supplier segment, and create opportunities in how vehicles are heated and cooled.
Here and other suppliers are vying to create a new part that will be indispensable -- a perfectly up to the second digital road map.
When it comes to consumers who are puzzled about mysterious new autonomous driving features, Robert Bosch has a plan: Show, don't tell.
Toyota will be the first automaker sponsor of a new nonprofit autonomous vehicle testing ground in southeast Michigan.
Toyota's West Virginia engine plant has already proven itself as the "little engine plant that could." Now, it is taking a $400 million investment from the automaker to do more with less.
To power self-driving vehicles, Nvidia intends to supply a part that replaces the irreplaceable -- the human brain.
Tesla handed over the first 30 Model 3 sedans to employees, but the $35,000 mainstream model the automaker has been promising won't be available until later this year.
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