Honda has shown Off some new Safety Tech for Scooter riders – a full body airbag that significantly reduces injuries in a crash!
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This week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review looked at several stories where technological advancements caught our readers’ attention.
In this edition of Gas2’s Week in Review, we examine the various ways that automakers are wrestling with hybrids and EV batteries as well as a continual if losing battle by the Big Three automakers to halt CAFE standards implementation.
How do solar cars work? What projects are underway to make solar cars more accessible to the average consumer? What remains to be done to get solar cars on our roadways?
Gas2 Week in Review, February 25: Tesla’s Model 3, Uber’s Gender Problems, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, and Lots More
This week’s Gas2 review zooms in on production dates for Tesla’s newest vehicle, a drone that delivers, the Trump administration stepping on modernizing the CA rail system, and more.
Uber is a company that has often rejected social justice practices. Now a former Uber female engineer has described her experiences of sexual harassment and HR incompetence to further diminish the Uber brand.
Tesla’s current data collection capacity pushes it to the top of the autonomous driving race.
Kia has spent big bucks on a Super Bowl ad to introduce the Kia Niro, its new hybrid crossover, but the add barely mentions that the car is a hybrid. Why is that?
Elon Musk has been getting a lot of criticism from the left lately about sitting on two Trump councils. Why is he doing this?
An all-new set of liquid-cooled engines with start stop technology mean the 2017 Vespa GTS has low emissions rolling, and ZERO EMISSIONS standing!
Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts that electric cars will have a transformative effect on many economic sectors, including manufacturing, insurance, gas stations, auto parts stores, and urban congestion. The changes, they say, are already happening.
NHTSA chief says changing people’s behavior is an important part of reducing traffic fatalities. He said technology is a big part of the solution but getting people to stop doing stupid things while driving is equally important.
In a rare tribute from one of the legacy auto makers, Richard Holman, head of the foresight and trends unit at General Motors, told an audience in Detroit this week Tesla and Google have cut years off the time when autonomous cars will be available. His remarks also throw a spotlight on the cultural differences between […]
The Samsung Smart Windshield projects information from the rider’s smartphone onto the base of a motorcycle windshield for hands free communication while riding.
Mercedes and other manufacturers are replacing some robots with human workers on it assembly lines. There are still some functions that people do better than machines.
Delphi and Bosch are working on 48 volt mild hybrid systems they say can provide 70% of the benefits of a plug-in hybrid for only 30% of the cost.
Tesla will use cloud technology to map roads, creating more accurate digital maps than those used by any other manufacturer as self driving cars arrive.
The new BMW X5 plug-in hybrid is bringing i8 technology to the soccer field with room for kids in a package that’s being billed as “greener than a Prius”.
Kia has a brand new Optima hybrid with an efficient diesel engine in the works, but don’t expect it in the U.S. anytime soon.
California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law six bills in a continuing effort by California to grow the EV market within the state.