Google is arguably the biggest name in autonomous vehicles right now, just as Uber is less arguably the biggest name in ride-sharing at the moment, but it looks like the two are about to encroach upon each other’s respective territories. A recent report from Bloomberg
Automaker’s have been releasing teaser images ahead of their announcements for years, and it has proven itself to be an effective and time-tested method of building up people’s excitement. An unfortunate side-effect of this is that the ambiguous nature of these teasers often serves to
Autonomous vehicles are widely considered to be the future of the automotive industry, which is why so many automakers are now devoting a substantial amount of their time and resources to developing self-driving technology. Even companies with no ties to the automotive industry, such as
Numerous automakers have announced that they’re currently testing and developing self-driving vehicle technology that consumers can expect to be implemented within the next few years. This technology will enable vehicles to assist with driving in various ways, automatically intervene in the event of an emergency,
BMW gave the world its first taste of the company’s new ActiveAssist autonomous vehicle technology at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. The taste came in the form of a 2-Series prototype that was capable of fully handling itself while driving at the limit.
Elon Musk, the Chairman and CEO of Tesla Motors, has made it clear that self-driving cars aren’t one of the automaker’s top priorities. Rather, the electric car manufacturer wants to focus on cars with semi-autonomous auto-pilot systems that assist drivers and allow them to cede
Audi closed down a highway in Tampa, Florida on Sunday and Monday in order to test out a new driverless car and prove that this technology will soon be ready for real world use. As a “thank you” for signing Florida’s autonomous vehicle testing legislation
For the last few years, Nissan has asserted that it will release a self-driving vehicle to the automotive market by 2020, which is a tad ambitious to say the least. However, now the company is scaling back its plans for autonomous vehicle technology and is