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1st April 2020

2G, Not 5G, Best Bet to Accelerate Driverless Tech

Making our existing cars more ‘clever’ could be a better way of getting autonomous cars safely on our streets rather than relying on 5G connectivity. That’s the view of...

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1st April 2020

No Amount of AV Test Miles Predicts Every Scenario

While autonomous driving is expected to save lives being better than human drivers, AVs will probably be held to a higher standard than human-piloted cars. It’s not a technical...

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31st March 2020

ADAS Revenues Now Rather than Autonomous Cash Later

The long and winding road to the upper levels of autonomy, namely Level 4 and Level 5 vehicle automation, are far in the future. That means automakers should be...

27th March 2020

Honda Jazz Designed as ‘Glimpse into a Cleaner Future’

Honda sees its new Jazz as a future-proof platform to cope with increased environmental concerns and the change in consumer mobility models. That’s the mission its lead project designer...

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26th March 2020

Sunshine State’s EV Cash Hand-Outs Boost Adoption

California is leading the United States in electric vehicle adoption. The Sunshine state has many programs and incentives that are enticing Californians to buy and lease electric and plug-in...

By Lynn Walford

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25th March 2020

Executive Cruisers Not Yet Ready for BEV, Says DS

The PSA Group’s largest executive cruiser was launched as a PHEV because its engineers still don’t see BEV as a practical long distance option. That’s the opinion of Vincent...

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20th March 2020

EVs’ Future May Be Up in The Cloud

It’s no secret that Americans love their cars but what will it take to get them to love EVs? Currently US motorists are less likely to buy an electric ...

By Robert Gray

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19th March 2020

Automakers’ Control Over Software Outweighs the Risks

As with any technology, the ability to develop software in-house means that the developer, in this case the automaker, can control the ecosystem. Additionally, systems developed in-house provide a...

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18th March 2020

Tested: Audi Q7 50 TDI Quattro 286PS S line S tronic – Powertrain with Huge Potential

You can’t look at a large vehicle today without the question of emissions instantly popping into your head. Yet, our recent story, Tire Wear Pollution 1,000 Times Worse Than...

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13th March 2020

ADAS is Winner in Drive to Autonomy, Says Honda Chief

Mass adoption of driverless car technology is still a lot further off than the safety zealots expect. That’s the view of Honda UK’s outgoing managing director Dave Hoggetts who...

13th March 2020

Changing Up Through the Gears to Level 4

The global automotive sector still remains in the early stages of Level 2 autonomy. Estimates by Singapore technology market analysts Canalys finds that only 11% of new cars sold...

By Andrew Williams

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12th March 2020

Ericsson Ramps Up C-V2X Capability

The Russian automotive industry doesn’t make it into the world’s top 20 countries in terms of production with little more than 500,000 vehicles produced annually. However, its voice is...

By Roma Nazarov

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