Navistar International Corporation and TuSimple, a global self-driving
technology company, announced that the two entities have entered into a
strategic partnership to co-develop SAE Level 4 self-driving trucks
targeted for production by 2024.
The central development of a software platform for the Volkswagen
Group is picking up speed. As part of his Group-wide responsibility for
research and development, the CEO of Audi, Markus Duesmann, has also
taken charge of software.
In a major step as they move towards the completion of their 50:50
merger as defined in the Combination Agreement announced on 18 December
2019, Peugeot S.A. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. today announce
that the corporate name of the new group will be STELLANTIS.
A new family of 3.0-litre straight-six Ingenium diesel engines and a
range of desirable special editions including the Westminster,
Westminster Black Edition and an exclusive SVAutobiography Dynamic Black
have joined the recently announced Range Rover Fifty celebratory model.
Simple and cable-free charging of electric vehicles in public spaces:
carsharing electric cars of Holding Graz in the innovative city of Graz
automatically charge using Matrix Charging technology from Easelink.
Nissan today revealed to the world the all-new Nissan Ariya electric
coupé crossover, marking a new chapter for Nissan electric vehicles. CEO
Makoto Uchida and Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta unveiled the
Ariya to a global audience during a livestreamed event at the
soon-to-open Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama.
Autonomous vehicles could face signal black-out caused by "urban
canyons" in cities across the world due to the continued growth of
skyscrapers and urban infrastructure, according to Oxbotica – a global
leader in autonomous vehicle software.
The first fully electric-powered BMW X model has broken cover. The BMW
iX3 combines emissions-free travel, dynamic handling and performance
with the comfort, functionality and spaciousness that customers would
expect of a BMW Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV).
Drivers of Volvo plug-in-hybrid cars can now gain new insights into
their electric driving patterns, as Volvo Cars has introduced a range of
new features on its Volvo on Call smartphone app in all Volvo on Call