VW

30th October 2018

VW & Intel’s Mobileye Plan AV Ride-Sharing in Israel

Volkswagen, Intel's Mobileye division and the state of Israel are looking to develop a commercial autonomous taxi service in that country by 2022.

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18th September 2018

VW’s Born-Electric MEB Platform Will Spawn 27 Models by 2022

Volkswagen is hoping its MEB platform will do for the company what the iconic Beetle line did last century.

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13th July 2018

VW Will Offer V2X Wireless in Europe by 2019

In 2019, Volkswagen will equip its vehicles in Europe with WLANp, a wireless system that makes vehicle-to-everything communications possible.

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16th June 2018

Broad business models most likely to triumph in mobility

How to bet on the mobility winners of the future, explored by Graham Jarvis. The automotive start-up scene, symbolised by Silicon Valley, is booming. Yet there is much talk...

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24th May 2018

Apple, VW Buckle Up for Autonomous Vehicle Partnership

Apple's autonomous vehicle plans are taking a small step into the real world by teaming up with Volkswagen on self-driving campus shuttles.

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30th April 2018

2018 Beijing Auto Show: BMW, VW, Nissan in the Spotlight

Many of the world's biggest automakers were at China's capital at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show earlier this month, showing off e-mobility and connected car features aimed at buyers...

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6th April 2018

Tested: Ford Edge Vignale 2.0 TDCI – premium tech for ‘the masses’

Technology in cars is not unlike technology anywhere – when it works it’s great, when it doesn’t it’s less than useless. Perhaps the only difference in the automotive world...

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7th March 2018

VW Unveils I.D. Vizzion, SEDRIC School Bus in Geneva

The I.D. Vizzion, a fully autonomous consumer sedan with no pedals or steering wheel, means more interior space, capped by a panoramic moonroof, no less, according to VW. The...

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20th February 2018

VW I.D. Vizzion Is All Electric & Fully Autonomous

The Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion is an all-electric, full-autonomous concept car that is designed for customers who can't drive and has a range of more than 400 miles.

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22nd November 2017

Ford will woo consumers with connectivity

Connecting the car to the IoT should bring new revenue streams to carmakers but, so far, most consumer surveys show the technology has failed to excite car buyers. Yet,...

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1st September 2017

AR could point the real way forward

Research by Frost and Sullivan suggests that augmented reality heads-up displays (HUDs) will gain 10.4% of the European Union and North American market by 2025. The firm’s June 2015...

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13th April 2017

Looking at a bright future for telematics after eCall

Long promised, very often delayed, deployment of the European eCall system is scheduled for April 2018, after which all new cars sold in Europe must be factory-equipped with the...

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