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Tesla will manufacture the electric motors and gearboxes for the upcoming Model 3 at its Gigafactory in Nevada.
Apple is facing a potential class-action lawsuit in California for declining to deploy technology that could prevent iPhone users from texting while driving.
John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo, formerly known as Google's self-driving car project, said the company's vertically integrated self-driving platform was born when Google engineers "began tinkering."
In the midst of a revival, Volvo is going back to its roots: station wagons.
Carmakers got more specific about timing for self-driving vehicles as they discussed their plans this month at CES in Las Vegas and the Detroit auto show.
In a future filled with mobility services and self-driving vehicles, some executives say there will be room for everyone.
Tony Fadell, iPhone co-creator and Detroit area native who upended the mobile phone industry, has a message for Detroit: Don't move to Silicon Valley.
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.
Volvo Cars has begun delivering self-driving technology to select customers.
With declining interest in automaker-installed navigation systems, Ford Motor Co. has opted to let drivers use the technology most have been using all along: their own phones.
Faraday Future ended a spotty car reveal last week asking for $5,000 deposits on a vehicle with no announced price or release date.
Waymo, the standalone company formerly known as the Google self-driving car project, said Sunday it is has dramatically lowered the cost of lidar by 90 percent, and is building a suite of hardware that can be integrated as a...
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has big plans for an electrified and automated future. At a Thursday keynote address at CES, Ghosn listed an array of efforts the company is making to move toward zero emissions and zero fatalities.
Audi wants put autonomous cars on the road in less than five years. The automaker said in a joint event with artificial intelligence company Nvidia at CES that it plans to introduce a Level 4 autonomous vehicle in 2020.
Panasonic's concept anticipates demand for a more flexible system, and is based on the latest version of Android and Qualcomm's Snapdragon chip.
The intelligent assistant uses artificial intelligence to build a 'driver-vehicle relationship,' the automaker said.
Now drivers can project their smartphone maps onto the car infotainment screen, potentially reducing distracted driving risk.
For Faraday Future, the show must go on. The Chinese electric automaker revealed its production electric vehicle, the FF 91, at CES on Tuesday.
Fiat Chrysler is trying to court millennials with a futuristic vision of a “Soccer Mom” car. The automaker on Tuesday unveiled its electric minivan concept, the Chrysler Portal, at the CES technology show.
Mobileye, which supplies advanced driver assistance systems sensors, has entered into a strategic partnership with intelligent mapping company Here.
Ford has added 20 vehicles to its existing fleet of 10 autonomous Fusion Hybrids, retrofitted with more advanced driverless technology and reduced hardware.
Tesla Motors is following up on its promise to make drivers pay if they leave vehicles at a Supercharger station long after they are fully charged.
Automakers and their partners have showcased just how far they've come this year in advancing connected technology, and regulators have made progress, too. But many big questions remain unresolved. Here are seven of them.
Uber made a quick decision today to move its self-driving pilot program to Arizona after the California Department of Motor Vehicles shut down the company's autonomous vehicle operations in San Francisco.
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