New Chevy ad features Lego Batman with 'real people'Sat, 14, Jan 2017
Chevy's "Real People, Not Actors" focus group campaign just took on a new task: Giving a psychological assessment of Batman, Lego-style. Chevrolet also unveiled a life-size Lego Batmobile made from 344,187 Lego bricks and required 1,833 hours to build.
'Tinkering' gets results at WaymoMon, 16, Jan 2017
How Waymo decided to go driverlessTue, 10, Jan 2017
John Krafcik, head of what used to be Google's self-driving project, said the company's approach to automation was determined after observing how drivers responded to advanced driver assist technologies.
AutoMobili-D serves as bellwether for new mobility technologyTue, 10, Jan 2017
Mercedes jumps back into the Super BowlTue, 10, Jan 2017
Panasonic teams with Google, Qualcomm on infotainmentWed, 04, Jan 2017
Audi confirms Super Bowl ad buy, becomes third auto brand in the gameThu, 05, Jan 2017
Ford, Toyota form telematics alliance with other automakers, suppliers to stymie Google, AppleWed, 04, Jan 2017
Ford and Toyota have formed a consortium with automakers including PSA and Mazda to speed development of auto-industry standards for in-vehicle apps, a step toward preventing Apple and Google from controlling how drivers connect smartphones to their cars and trucks.
Driverless cars finally steer near showroomsTue, 03, Jan 2017
Car electronics supplier Delphi Automotive went coast-to-coast in 2015 in a self-driving Audi Q5 SUV to prove the autonomous automobile had arrived. Now, the supplier is shifting from stunts to selling.
FCA's electric minivan concept is an opportunity to reboot imageTue, 03, Jan 2017
Fiat Chrysler is laying out a vision of a battery-powered, self-driving minivan at the CES consumer technology show this week. The minivan would have a long electric range and enough screens, ports and social media options to entertain young families while software handles much of the driving.
Nissan dealers feel the force of Rogue campaignThu, 29, Dec 2016
Some dealers say Nissan's marketing strategy aimed at Star Wars fans is building brand awareness and enthusiasm around Nissan and the Rogue, though they suspect it may be the popularity of the Rogue crossover alone driving actual sales.