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The first fully self-driving cars will be in ride-hailing fleets, which Waymo says will lead to learning more about the tech and how consumers use it.
If an automaker has developed automatic braking and can install it as an option, then it can make the same technology standard on all its vehicles.
Juergen Hubbert is not giving your readers the correct information in “Mercedes A class moose-test crisis recalled."
The next generation of Lamborghinis -- previewed with the Terzo Millennio concept -- could act as their own superpowered batteries and be able to repair themselves.
Research and development spending is higher than ever, but the narrative of economic nationalism could soon put global r&d efforts at risk -- and automakers won't be immune, a study suggests.
Google's work on self-driving cars is advancing quickly, but the lack of a clear commercialization strategy suggests it's still a long way from a large-scale public rollout.
Hyundai America Technical Center is investing $5 million in the American Center for Mobility near Ann Arbor, Mich.
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.
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