From building electric vehicles—and training to do so—to considering traffic and its implication on drivers and vehicle size—there are plenty of considerations for people and their utilization of technology in the industry.
New tech developments in automotive ranging from the e-motor for a McLaren supercar to how Volkswagen Group is using artificial intelligence for supply chain monitoring to how Nissan is stamping without dies
MAHLE sees hybrids continuing, Dodge has software to protect SRT models, Jenson Button is developing vehicles at a race track in Arizona, Audi is using green aluminum, BMW is investing in green steel, Mercedes is reducing its production emissions footprint, Bentley builds its 200,000th, and Sonata N Line impressions
No humans required
EVs gaining acceptance but the pace needs to accelerate
Where efficiency meets surprising luxury
A minivan that no one will have to apologize for owning
The nights can be long in Scandinavia, so the Polestar 2 designers and engineers have created a lighting system for the EV that automatically handles the darkness
Bosch says new gearbox can better balance efficiency and peak output
The ZERO EV is quick. But the product development is comparatively quicker
Spoiler alert: there’s a lot of room for improvement
When you’re making a new F-Series, you’ve got a lot riding on everything you do
New lower-cost batteries could mean that we've reached the tipping point for the industry’s shift to BEVs earlier than had been anticipated.
The company’s executive vp of Sales believes things are getting better
Solar-powered roadway energizes Georgia charging station
Working to develop carbon-neutral fuel production—in a facility in South America
Some would rather not acknowledge the transformation, but companies like GM are leading it.
Electromobility getting €15 billion through 2025
When you take away the the body and the interior, here’s what you have
There are those tremendous tax savings. . .
Charging up to meet higher battery capacities
CTO Guillaume Devauchelle on the future of electrification, automation and in-vehicle health systems
Partners aim to extend driving range by supplementing HVAC system
Infinitum’s printed circuit board design promises significant performance, packaging, manufacturing and cost benefits