Ride sharing is expected to be the next big thing in transportation, especially when self driving cars eliminate human drivers. But there are hidden expenses involved that may make them less profitable than predicted.
Congress is considering legislation that would establish standards for connected and autonomous cars. The devil, as always, is in the details.
The Tesla Autopilot program has yet another new leader — its fourth in a little more than 7 months. Working for Elon Musk may pay well, but it is no bed of roses.
The driver of a Tesla Model S who was killed in a crash in Florida last year had his hands on the wheel for only 25 seconds during the 37 minutes before the crash according to the NTSB.
Lyft says it expects the majority of rides in 2021 will be in self driving electric cars. It pledges that it will use 100% renewable energy to keep those cars charged. Some may be autonomous Chevy Bolt electrics from GM.
Henrik Fisker has taken the wraps off his latest creation, the Fisker EMotion, an all electric car designed to compete with the Tesla Model S.
NEVS, the Chinese successor to Saab, unveiled an autonomous people mover at the CES Asia show in Shanghai this week.
Honda says it is ramping up its commitment to electric and self driving cars as part of its Vision 2130 initiative. Let’s hope it is not too late.
Researchers at the University of Michigan claim they have devised new tools that could slash the time and expense of designing autonomous car technology by more than 99%.
In 2016, the MIT AgeLab, in cooperation with the New England Motoring Press Association, conducted a study to determine public attitudes about autonomous car technology. It found that younger drivers were more accepting of the idea that cars could drive themselves without human input than were older drivers. The more mature people who took the […]
Elon Musk tweeted last night that production of the Tesla Model 3 is expected to begin in July and a new software update for cars with the second generation hardware package would arrive in June. Read on for more Twitter tidbits.
With just a few autonomous cars on the road, safety, traffic, and efficiency will improve everything, dramatically, for everyone. Here is the proof!