15th July 2019

Seat’s Gearbox Points Way to Auto Tech Innovation

Seat will be supplying gearboxes across the Volkswagen family’s brands in a move that points the way automotive technology innovation should be going. VW announced this week that Seat...


9th July 2019

Faster Forward: Explaining Israel’s Technology “Halo Effect”

Israel is a small country with significant transportation issues and a history of large-scale tech project failures. Yet, it has emerged as a hub of innovation for new mobility...


8th July 2019

Auto Tech Leaders Use Goodwood to Break Records

In the cathedral to automotive performance that is the Goodwood Festival of Speed both electrified and autonomous vehicles sat loud and proud. No more consigned to some distant backwater...


3rd July 2019

Driverless Simulation Could Help Formulate Regulations, Says Uber

Autonomous vehicle simulation could take a major role in modelling suitable regulation of the technology, Stephen Lesh, head of hardware engineering and vehicle programs for Uber ATG told us...


14th June 2019

Ford Joins Race for Israel Auto Tech

Ford is the latest carmaker hoping to mine the automotive technology talent burgeoning in Israel with the opening of a new research center in Tel Aviv. Alliance partners Renault...


3rd May 2019

Carmakers Must Hunt For Autonomous Innovators, Says Toyota

Toyota’s US investment arm has created a $100M war-chest in its hunt for innovators to in AI related driverless and robotics technology. The Silicon Valley venture capital firm, Toyota...


11th April 2019

Porsche Ramps Up Its Innovation Strategy

When you think of innovation, Porsche may not be the first car company that comes to mind. The 88-year-old company, which has its less than auspicious roots in the...


5th April 2019

Hyundai Opens Berlin Innovation Investment Center

Hyundai has opened its third global innovation investment center this time in Berlin, following similar hubs in Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv, Israel. The hub, named Cradle Berlin, will...

By Phil Oakley


22nd March 2019

Renault Picks Nissan’s Pocket With Large Scale V2G Pilot

Renault has taken a ‘leaf’ out of its Alliance sibling Nissan’s strategy book with the launch of what it claims to be the world’s largest vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G) pilot....

By Phil Oakley


7th February 2019

Faster Forward: Blurring the Lines Between Car, Smartphone & Wallet

Sponsored Content For now, the in-vehicle user experience lags far behind the smartphone but companies like SiriusXM are working to ensure a more seamless interface between handset and car,...


29th January 2019

Faster Fordward: Consumer Telematics Show 2019

TU-Automotive's Consumer Telematics Show was the center of the big debates.

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28th January 2019

Citroën Uses AR in Facebook Marketing for C5 Aircross

Citroën is among the first of the carmakers to make a practical use of augmented reality (AR) by using it as a marketing tool. The French car brand is...