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Suppliers dream up future innovations. Will automakers bite?

Suppliers try to look over the horizon and craft new features and equipment for autos.  » READ
 

Just think of the money you save

 

Maps to track every bump in the road

 

Connected-car ecosystem will take a big test

 

Hyundai's new infotainment strategy: Leveraging smartphone apps

 

TrueCar: App can 'hypertarget' consumers

 

Porsche recalls 13,500 Cayennes, Panameras to fix fuel-seal flaw

 

Ford's new Silicon Valley lab shows Fields' dream

 

DOE announces $55 million in funding for green car research

 

Ford to open r&d lab in Tesla's backyard

 

Google's self-driving car underpinned by Detroit area suppliers

 

Hyundai posts biggest gain in global patent filings, report says

 

Pushing 30: Ram pads lead in mpg wars

 

Autos, audio amplify each other

 

Autonomous car rivalry is good for the industry

 

Google car project finds friends in industry

 

Luxury brands seek an edge with tech

 

After '11 quake, Renesas is ready for next disaster

 

When the Motor City becomes Startup City

 

Bosch outlines 10-year path to door-to-door driverless car

 

Ford will limit aluminum mostly to trucks, Hinrichs says

 

Google in talks with OEMs, suppliers to build self-driving cars

 

Suppliers learn to innovate quickly

 

TrueCar says app will help automakers know, target customers

 

Audi sales chief unveils virtual reality system for shoppers

 

BMW looks at time as ultimate luxury

 

Verizon offers to hook up drivers of disconnected, older cars

 

Fiat Chrysler wants to collaborate with other automakers on new vehicles, Marchionne says

 

International CES fast becoming high-tech world's auto show

 

Car guys tell Google to move over

 

CES in 2015: A space odyssey

 

'Hive mind' could help cars expect the unexpected

 

Suppliers resist ceding controls in the cockpit to Apple and Google

 

JCI battery powers vehicle stop-start systems

 

BMW moves top tech from i3, i8 into mainstream vehicles

 

Big suppliers try to move like a startup

 

Nissan, NASA form r&d pact to develop, deploy autonomous vehicles

 

Driverless-car global market seen reaching $42 billion by 2025

 

Hyundai Motor Group plans to invest $73 billion by 2018

 

BMW's iDrive will add touch screen, gesture recognition

 

Average fuel economy in U.S. dips to 25.1 mpg in Dec.

 

Mercedes-Benz's vision of luxury makes driving optional

 

Ford CEO Fields predicts self-driving cars on roads in 5 years

 

GM offers sneak peek of the next-gen Volt in Vegas

 

Drivers will pay up to $1,499 for tech features, study says

 

Toyota opens hydrogen patents to advance fuel cells

 

GM expects 15% mpg gain from new cylinder deactivation system

 

Silicon Valley chipmaker Nvidia, Audi step up computing work

 

Software supplier Elektrobit to open Silicon Valley office in self-driving cars play

 

Industry 'can't give up on EVs'