It also monitors drivers to make sure they are actually paying attention. Continue Reading...
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The Michigan Senate has unanimously approved new legislation that benefits self-driving cars. Continue Reading...
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed what we can expect from the American electric automaker in the future. Continue Reading...
2015 was the deadliest year for drivers since 2008. Continue Reading...
Volvo has partnered with Microsoft to develop next-generation automotive technologies, things that could change how drivers buy cars and what these vehicles can do for them. Continue Reading...
Tesla owners will get to check out the company’s Autopilot software starting tomorrow. Continue Reading...
Mercedes-Benz is hard at work on its next-generation of adaptive cruise control, a system that should take them one step closer to autonomous driving. Continue Reading...
While Toyota and Nissan are both scrambling to introduce lower-cost safety systems in mainstream models, Hyundai is pushing advanced assistance systems and aims to have a new autonomous driving feature ready by the year 2020. Continue Reading...
Audi will be showing off its autonomous driving technologies at the German Touring Car Championship (DTM). Continue Reading...
The “something else” Tesla plans on announcing next week is reportedly an introduction to the company’s automated driving functions. Continue Reading...
Honda has joined other automakers in previewing its autonomous driving technology. Continue Reading...
Autonomous vehicles will need more than fancy cameras and sensors to drive themselves. Continue Reading...
Audi will debut its autonomous driving technology “very soon.” Continue Reading...
Next Monday, Audi will be demonstrating its progress towards autonomous driving in public. Continue Reading...
Whether you like it or not, self-driving cars are coming. Continue Reading...
Cadillac has readied an SRX test vehicle that will preview the American automaker’s focus on self-driving cars. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Ford has revealed new prototype vehicles fitted with the brand’s fully assisted parking and obstacle avoidance technologies. Continue Reading...
According to Tesla, General Motors and Mercedez-Benz, driverless cars are coming soon, but the head of Toyota USA thinks those claims are being exaggerated. Continue Reading...
Sitting somewhere below a truly autonomous vehicle is Cadillac‘s tech, which takes the monotony out of driving. The luxury automaker just announced that its high-tech hands-free technology is moving beyond the closed course and onto real roads. Continue Reading...
Adaptive cruise control, emergency brake assist and blind-spot monitoring were the stuff of science fiction just a decade ago, but today these features are available on many reasonably priced, mass-market vehicles. Pushing driver assistance even further, Continental is developing a suite of advanced technologies with some pretty amazing capabilities. Continue Reading...
Electric cars are often viewed as the personal transportation solution for the future, though a team of researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK is looking beyond that, to vehicles that drive themselves. And they’ve come up with a prototype that costs far less than you might expect. Continue Reading...
Winning automotive awards is one thing, but in an increasingly technology centered world, Audi has scored the unique honor of being named to the list of the top 50 most innovative companies in the world. Continue Reading...
Traffic, inclement weather and road construction add up to headaches and frustration for motorists. According to automotive supplier company Continental the typical driver spends an average 50 minutes per day commuting to work. Add it up and that’s roughly 300 hours per year that could be spent doing more productive things. Continue Reading...