Continental expands r&d operations in Silicon ValleyWed, 12, Apr 2017
Continental plants new r&d stake in Silicon ValleyWed, 12, Apr 2017
Continental is expanding its footprint in Silicon Valley with the opening of a 65,000-square-foot technical center in San Jose. The site will focus primarily on r&d, enabling cooperation among the supplier’s chassis and safety, interior, powertrain, tires, and rubber and plastics teams.
Continental backs higher sales target on self-driving techThu, 02, Mar 2017
Can Continental score big with 48-volt hybrids?Sat, 25, Feb 2017
Cheaper lidar on the wayMon, 23, Jan 2017
Continental-Nexteer JV targets self-driving carsMon, 16, Jan 2017
Continental CEO says jobs will be lost in shift to electric carsFri, 30, Dec 2016
The shift to electric vehicles will cost jobs at Continental, the supplier's CEO, Elmar Degenhart, told a German newspaper, but he said many of those jobs would be offset by new positions related to electro-mobility.
Continental expects losses from EV products until 2019Thu, 15, Dec 2016
Continental CEO Elmar Degenhart says the supplier will continue to post losses with products for electric cars until at least 2019. Electro-mobility will only massively take off between 2025 and 2030, Degenhart told a German business magazine.
Continental eyes strong final quarter after Q3 profit plungesThu, 10, Nov 2016
Continental expects strong earnings in the fourth quarter after profit plunged 40 percent in the July-to-September period because of special effects. The supplier took a 450 million euro hit from the costs of warranty cases, pending antitrust proceedings and increased r&d spending.
Continental tried to buy stake in Osram, report saysFri, 21, Oct 2016
Continental cuts profit guidance on warranty cases, supply disruptionsMon, 17, Oct 2016
German car components supplier Continental AG trimmed its profit forecast for the year, citing warranty cases and possible expenses for antitrust proceedings as well as supply disruptions following earthquakes in Japan.
Army develops autonomous vehicles for use on bases first, battlefields nextMon, 22, Aug 2016
A pilot program at Fort Bragg will use autonomous vehicles to transport wounded soldiers to the hospital for treatment. The technology is expected to be used as building blocks for driverless vehicles on the battlefield.