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Luxury, exotic and technology were the trending topics this past week, with the debut of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG coupe. News on the even hotter LaFerrari Spider and FXX also spread across the Internet while a survey revealing that autonomous vehicles will take over by 2035 was also quite popular.
The future of the automobile looks very different from what we know today, and one survey predicts that even the steering wheel will be gone by 2035.
Self-driving cars are no-longer solely in the realm of science fiction, as several automakers are working on a way to make cars drive themselves and make you just a helpless passenger along for the ride. Continue Reading…
Were technology the only determining factor in delivering autonomous vehicles, autonomous vehicles would arrive in 2018.
Google’s prototype of a self-driving car might not look serious, but a major automaker believes they can become competitive in the automotive marketplace.
For the last five years Google has been hard at work developing self-driving cars. The technology company has made enormous strides over the last half a decade but there’s still a lot more to do.
California has begun putting together regulations that will oversee how driverless cars can be used on the State’s roads.
Arguably autonomous cars are the next major hurdle facing both automakers and supplier companies. It seems like the entire industry is working on self-driving vehicles, including Volvo.
Rinspeed is going to give us a glimpse of the future automotive world at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show with its XchangE electric touring sedan.
A self-driving pod car service is aiming to launch in the town of Milton Keynes in the U.K. by 2017.
A survey conducted by CarInsurance.com suggests that 20 percent of drivers would prefer to have their cars take over on their daily commutes.
Everyone seems to be super bullish on autonomous vehicles these days. Pundits and product planners alike are hailing this technology as the industry’s next big game changer, but not everyone is so optimistic.
Placing confidence in a self-driving car will be a big step for any driver, but a new study from KPMG LLP shows that consumers trust big tech companies more than automakers to get the job done.
A new patent application by Google reveals that the company is working on motion-based in-car controls.
Many are saying “No thanks, I’ll take the wheel” to the prospect of self-driving cars according to a survey conducted by the ORC International for the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
According to recent reports, Continental AG is in the final stages of an agreement with Google and IBM to develop a self-driving system for vehicles.
U.S. auto safety regulators are still hesitant about self driving cars being allowed beyond the experimental phase.