In connected car news this week were Kia, Keysight Technologies, Xperi, Vishay, BYTON, TI, HAAS, VTS, Intertek, EPC, Alta Devices, HOZON, Agility Fuel and Romeo Power. Keysight & IT-Telecom Partner for DSRC V2X Testing Keysight
The Yaris sedan, previously the Yaris iA, will be offered in three grades for 2019, including the sporty L, the well-equipped LE grade, and the new premium XLE grade. Premium, on a Yaris? That’s right.
The attorney general of California is leading two iniatives to improve air quality a lawsuit against the EPA and its opposition of Trump Administration’s rolling back of fleet penalties. Lawsuit Against EPA Moving to curb
In automotive cybersecurity news recently, were DAV foundation, Baidu and Precision Software. Automotive Cybersecurity Players According to new report some of the prominent contenders in the automotive cybersecurity market include – Intel Corporation (U.S.) Argus
“This didn’t have to happen,” said Dave Kubert about the life-changing injuries he and his wife Linda sustained at the hands of a distracted driver. Both underwent the amputation of their left legs and joined
General Motors is using new, advanced software design technology to introduce the next generation of vehicle lightweighting. The technology is key to developing efficient and lighter alternative propulsion and zero emission vehicles. GM is the
Aptiv launched a fleet of 30 autonomous vehicles in Las Vegas on the Lyft network. All the vehicles will have a human operator. A product of Aptiv’s Mobility and Services group, these vehicles will operate