In connected car news this week were Porsche, Volvo, Chrysler, BMW, IEE, Airbiquity, Mentor, Ford, Cinemo and Bosch. 25 Volvo Electric Buses in Norway & Cars Honored Volvo Buses has secured its largest ever order
The Los Angeles Auto Show (formerly The Connected Car Expo) announced that more than 50 vehicles will make their debut during Nov. 27-30, 2017. There are big plans for the event with a long speaker
The 2018 Honda Fit has upgraded technology and ADAS. Honda Sensing suite safety features include available Collision Mitigation Braking (CMBS) and Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) on all Fit models while the ADAS package is standard
Delphi Automotive announced it has signed a partnership agreement with BlackBerry to provide the operating system for its autonomous driving system. Delphi and BlackBerry QNX will collaborate to bolster software performance and safety in their
Many automakers have cut down on the colors available for their vehicles. We see many black, gun metal grey, red and white. Peronally I like gold cars, but the color is only availalbe usually special-order
All Subaru Forester l models have SUBARU STARLINK for hands-free connections.Touring models feature EyeSight Driver Assist Technology as standard. All Forester trim lines feature SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia systems that provide hands-free connectivity and entertainment services.
Adult motor vehicle drivers and passengers in America’s most rural counties had motor-vehicle death rates 3 to 10 times higher than those in the most urban counties, according to data released today in CDC’s Morbidity
At the same time as it introduces the XC40, Volvo Cars also is reinventing the traditional model of car ownership with its new ‘Care by Volvo’ subscription service. Care by Volvo, first available on the
It Child Safety Week and Cars.com announced the best cars with perfect scores for thie car seat check, developed by mothers for mothers The team tests each vehicle’s Latch system and its ease of use.
Kasperksy and AVL labs found many vulnerabilities in car apps, earlier this year. Recently the company looked at the space again with nine apps open to hacking and added four more. The company found only
Bluetooth zero day vulnerabilities recently discovered by Armis Labs leave connected car open to remote cyber-attacks. Armis reported that eight Bluetooth-related vulnerabilities (four that are critical) affecting over 5 billion Android, Windows and Linux devices
Budweiser announced the bold next step in its Give A Damn campaign, together with safe ride partner Lyft. Given the success of last year’s pilot program — during which Budweiser delivered more than 35,000 rides