You must have an Automotive Newssubscription to view the digital edition
Click here to subscribe
Continental is in talks to acquire an 8-10 percent stake in the digital mapping firm HERE, which is now controlled by Germany's leading carmakers, a German magazine reported.
Audi is redesigning its human-machine interfaces across its lineup, beginning with the A8, to incorporate haptic feedback, which the brand views as an added safety measure.
States side with dealers in performance-ratings battle; Wells Fargo curtails car lending; Musk calls for regulating AI; Carmakers' dirty dilemma; Honda's Disney-themed 'Minnie' van.
Elon Musk warned governors that government regulation of artificial intelligence is needed because it's a fundamental risk to humans.
The first Technology in Motion summit, to be held Sept. 6-8 in Detroit, will offer auto entrepreneurs pitch competitions, hackathons and a "startup village."
Scott Keogh, CEO of Audi of America says the brand's dealer network, could get involved in the brand's on-demand mobility experiment down the road.
Wow, the stuff that goes on in the back seats of cars. Now a new chapter in this long, storied history of second-row steaminess in American automobiles.
The FCC approved allocating a larger consolidated block of spectrum for use by motor vehicle and aircraft radar systems to help avoid crashes.
Toyota Research Institute is investing $100 million to start a venture capital fund for technology startups. The fund, called Toyota AI Ventures, will focus on AI, robotics, and other technologies.
Volvo's decision to focus on electrified models represents an about-face for the Chinese-owned brand. It had previously said pure electric cars didn't make a great business case.
Continental will take a minority stake in autonomous driving company EasyMile to boost its self-driving technology and will cooperate with the French firm on other technologies.
It's going to be many years, decades perhaps, until self-driving vehicles integrate safely onto the nation's roads.
Get 24/7 access to in-depth, authoritative coverage of the auto industry from a global team of reporters and editors covering the news that's vital to your business.
Sign up today to get the best of Automotive News delivered straight to your email inbox, free of charge. Choose your news – we'll deliver.
Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.