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Mazda's coming technology blitz epitomizes the rush by Japanese carmakers to keep pace in an era of rapid change.
U.S.-based Toyota Research Institute demonstrates its autonomous vehicle platform, and declares it's very much in the race to build advanced safety systems and robot cars.
I have heard a lot about the features and advantages of autonomous vehicles and how they are being tested on some public roads and highways.
Mitsubishi Motors is planning to inject more than $5.35 billion in capital spending and r&d over the next three years, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
Tesla has energized a wave of entrepreneurs who are trying to launch car-making ventures of their own. The odds aren't in their favor.
Thirty-three innovations from 27 component and technology suppliers around the world have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards.
Mazda is on the verge of bringing its rotary engine back to the United States -- but not as fans used to know it.
Parts-making giant Continental is readying itself for a self-driving future projected to grow explosively in the coming years.
Despite the red flags -- and there are more than a few -- car companies are pursuing electrification. This even without a market to support their efforts and investments.
The next generation of steer-by-wire opens the door for hand-free driving, retractable steering wheels and other autonomous driving elements. And Nexteer says the technology will soon be here.
In the true spirit of Jeep, workers at FCA's Toledo plant are getting to experience what the Wrangler can do firsthand.
Volvo reportedly doubling S.C. plant investment; Ford plans downtime at five N.A. factories; Ram's heavy-duty recall; 80 mpg by 2050?; Making it safer for humans to work with robots.
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