Jaguar Land Rover trialling a system that projects the direction of travel onto the road ahead of autonomous vehicles. Hmmm.
Hyundai has shown off its autonomous vehicle tech and a wireless charging concept that it expects to have up and running around 2025.
Bosch and Daimler are partnering on the production of autonomous vehicle technology with San Jose announced as the pilot city for testing during the second-half of 2019.
Jaguar Land Rover has moved from the lab to the road and begun testing its smart, connected cars tech on UK roads.
In a world-first, telecommunications icon, Ericsson, has launched an autonomous shuttle service on the streets of Stockholm.
Toyota has revealed its next-generation autonomous test vehicle, called Platform 3.0 ahead of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The future is arriving very quickly with Nissan revealing its brain-to-vehicle technology that allows you to control your car with your mind… sort of.
Jaguar Land Rover has begun testing its autonomous vehicle technology on the roads around Coventry in the UK.
Tesla is changing the way the world thinks about automotive transport and it’s sparking an electric car revolution.
For just one-hour last Friday, New Zealand and Volvo were at the forefront of autonomous vehicle testing. Our Richard Bosselman went hands-free.
Jaguar Land Rover Australia boss says the group won’t let autonomous driving technology get in the way of driving pleasure. JAGUAR LAND ROVER has revealed plans to test 100 vehicles fitted with different types of autonomous technology on UK roads over the next four years (read about this here) and
Volvo has told the NSW Staysafe Committee’s that changes in technology mean autonomous cars could be on our roads by 2021… and that a test should be run.
Porsche CEO, Oliver Blume, has told a German newspaper the company doesn’t intend to follow other makers down the self-driving route…
…And says it will release full autonomous vehicles onto the market in 2030. To kick-start its autonomous drive (pardon the pun) it’s launched its Drive Wise sub-brand.
Volvo Car Australia has announced it will support the trial of autonomous vehicles in Adelaide later this year with an adapted Volvo XC90.