This is an ambitious plan, especially given the number of older cars on the streets that lack such advanced features.
In the future, owners won’t even need to pull out their smartphone to unlock their car.
This technology allows Ford to create better quality seat covers and offer lots of personalization options.
The Hyundai Group is developing the world’s first Road Noise Active Noise Control system, or RANC.
A webcam mounted outside feeds live video to a projector, which is displayed on a reflective material on the A-pillar.
Functions like active cruise control will become available for purchase on BMW’s ConnectedDrive Store .
Further research will explore additional optimization and large scale production.
Mahle is looking to significantly increase the efficiency of mild-hybrid vehicles.
While most participants were impressed by self-driving cars, they wish to be able to take over if they want.
Volvo wants to assure customers that the battery materials in their EVs have been sourced responsibly.
Jaguar Land Rover’s structural electronics research could allow dashboards to be replaced by curved screens.
Infiniti Q50, Q60, QX50 and QX80 owners will have access to a wide range of new features.
Fiat-Chrysler currently plans on executing a 50-50 stock swap merger with PSA.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says there is too much unpredictability on the roads for Level 5 tech to work.
Bentley’s new Augmented Reality (AR) app allows you to place the Flying Spur wherever you choose.
Ford’s new infotainment system will pack twice the computing power compared to SYNC 3.
He discovered that he could still access the Enterprise rental via the application, tracking, unlocking and starting the engine.
Skoda has released all details concerning the fourth-gen Octavia, which will debut as an estate, with the liftback to follow a few weeks later.
With 617 HP in Competition guise, the new M8 definitively needed a high-quality rubber – and Pirelli delivered.
Lamborghini’s composite material tests will help the biomedical and automotive fields.