06 Dec 2018

Digital Customer Experience Now Key For Automakers

Shopping for a new car used to be a labor of love, or a trip through hell. Some customers enjoyed the trips to multiple showrooms to stroke the flanks...

By Susan Kuchinskas


05 Dec 2018

Tested: Pre-Production VW e-Crafter – For Hard-Headed Fleet Managers?

There’s one common factor with fleet managers all over the world and that is emotion does not come into their vehicle buying process – money does. That’s why Volkswagen...


03 Dec 2018

On-Board Connectivity Should Be as Expected as Windscreen Wipers, Says Aeris

Connected car services will become increasingly important to consumers as carmakers install more features into new cars. That’s the opinion of Mohsen Mohseninia vice-president market development of Aeris an...


26 Nov 2018

Harley-Davidson Charges Up for EV Bike Launch

Harley-Davidson’s new-found transparency of its future product plans is being led by its LiveWire all-electric motor cycle due out next year. It claims to now be a market leader...


22 Nov 2018

‘Old Tech’ Cams Still Cutting a Dash With Auto Insurers

Would you invest $50 or so for a perpetual 15% discount on your auto insurance? Most of us would unhesitatingly say ‘Yes’. Well, in certain insurance markets around the...

By Eric Volkman


20 Nov 2018

A Leader in Autonomous Tech Has Yet to Emerge

Whether it’s a concept car, a pilot, or a press release, almost every US automaker has planted a flag in autonomy. Meanwhile, driver assistance systems get more and more...

By Susan Kuchinskas


20 Nov 2018

Helping Driverless Cars ‘Feel’ the Road

The artificial intelligence that controls highly automated vehicles is starting to go where the rubber hits the road. Autonomous cars, and automated features like adaptive cruise control, work almost...


19 Nov 2018

The Disrupters: EVgo Jolting the Charging Network Business

Industry insiders, analysts and consumers agree that the growing proliferation of electric vehicle charging stations will encourage more consumers to buy EVs. The lack of infrastructure remains an oft-cited...

By Robert Gray


14 Nov 2018

Government Subsidies Vital to EV Uptake

Although sales volumes of plug-in vehicles remain modest in most markets, there are signs that predictions that they will represent 100% of new car sales in Europe by 2030...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz


13 Nov 2018

Not Such A Long Road To Driverless, Claims Kar-Go

Many automaker experts believe fully autonomously driven vehicles as a feature of every day life on our roads is much further away than that being assumed by their digital...

09 Nov 2018

DAV Foundation’s Frazer: Open-Source AVs Could “Comfort” Regulators

Greg Hyde talks to DAV Foundation co-founder and chief communications officer John Frazer about the security implications of his start-up’s open-source network for autonomous vehicles. AV development can at...


08 Nov 2018

Carmakers Must Stack Cyber-Security in Their Favor, Says Karamba

Cyber threats are one of the biggest dangers of connected and self-driving vehicles. The now-infamous Jeep hack revealed vulnerabilities that most, not even Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), knew existed....

By Louis Bedigian