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Rivian Automotive, an upstart electric vehicle maker headquartered in suburban Detroit, plans to introduce its first pair of electric, off-road vehicles -- a crossover and a pickup -- in November at AutoMobility LA.
Volvo, with a bevy of new tools to ensure passenger safety, is shifting its safety strategy from passenger protection to accident prediction and avoidance, says the director of the Swedish carmaker's Car Safety Center.
The U.S. Department of Transportation rolled out the latest installment of its autonomous-vehicle policy guidance, pledging to review motor vehicle safety standards and streamline the testing of self-driving cars.
Sometimes the tricky world of white-hat hacking gets mixed up in the minefield that is global politics, and it can get messy.
La controversia enfrenta a la Transport Workers Union of America y sus 850 miembros de Columbus con grupos de transportistas públicos y privados. El temor es que los vehículos autónomos roban trabajos.
The controversy pits the Transport Workers Union of America and its 850 Columbus members against an array of public and private transportation groups.
In “Rainbow Road,” the Season 3 finale of Automotive News' “Futurismo” podcast, host Shiraz Ahmed journeys to Orlando to see how one company, lidar startup Luminar Technologies, is preparing for the next chapter of the autonomous vehicle age.
One of the fastest-growing automotive brands in the U.S. plans a training center — Volvo Cars University — in South Carolina, with a focus on technical and service training, and career development for employees.
In “Going Home,” the seventh episode of Season 3 of “Futurismo,” we talk with Saginaw city leaders about the role advanced transportation technologies will play in the future of small-town America.
Volvo Cars is amid a product overhaul, with the carmaker's first U.S.-built vehicle, the S60 compact sedan, set to roll off the production line in South Carolina this fall.
The Polestar 1, positioned as a low-volume halo car, has over 5,000 hand-raisers in the U.S., and 200 have put down deposits.
Jaguar Land Rover is hitting a few potholes as it enters its second decade as part of India's Tata Motors. Jaguar sales are sinking in the vital U.S. market, and Land Rover, is facing big challenges and new competition in the SUV segment.
Uber's surprise shuttering of its self-driving trucks program reveals more about what is happening inside the company than the state of autonomous truck technology.
Waymo is expanding its early rider program in Arizona to include self-driving rides for everyday tasks such as grocery shopping and hotel stays, taking the next step in acclimating a wary public to autonomous technology.
Former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne's illness and death brought an illustrious career to a sudden and unexpected end.
If you represent a city that wants to improve its transportation system and find ways to forge partnerships with local businesses, what better way to figure out the next steps than to visit other cities that are models for the future of transportation?
For small and midsize cities, transportation innovation means more than cutting commute times. Becoming a hub for connected and autonomous vehicles can boost a cash-strapped region's technological infrastructure, lure companies to its backyard and help regions left behind by the knowledge economy recast themselves for the 21st century.
In the fifth episode of Season 3 of Futurismo, Automotive News' podcast on tomorrow's cars, we're going to look closely at the relationship between the car and the driver — or, maybe in the future, the passenger.
Waymo has been methodical with its partnerships, carefully picking companies to work with that can help both sides learn and grow.
Companies developing autonomous and connected-vehicle technology face an old problem for electronics: interference from other wireless devices.
Polestar, Volvo's luxury electric vehicle unit, named Gregor Hembraugh chief of its U.S. operations, continuing a strategy of seeding new ventures with in-house talent.
In the fourth episode of Season 3 of "Futurismo," Automotive News' podcast on tomorrow's cars, we trace what this iconic monument to the rise, fall and subsequent resurgence of the Motor City means for a company that needs to shift the conversation when it comes to its autonomous vehicle efforts.
Critics fear government authorities are falling behind in evaluating and approving guidelines for road readiness of self-driving technologies.
Here in America, when the government fails to repair crumbling roads, your favorite cheesy late-night dinner option steps in.
In the third episode of Season 3 of "Futurismo," the Shift team profiles the beginning of the autonomous revolution.
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