In connected car news this week were GM’s Cruise Automation, criminals, Goodyear, Cypress Semiconductor, Velodyne, ParkMobile and Veoneer. Cruise Funded with Big Billions SoftBank Vision Fund, a prominent technology investment firm, will invest $2.25 billion
This week prior to TU-Automotive Detroit there is automotive cybersecurity news including research, reprots and new collaboration. We do expect more announcements this week coming from TU-Automotive’s Cybersecurity conference. We are also pleased to announce
The 2019 Toyota Avalon embodies consumers’ overarching desire for high-caliber, design-centric, technologically-savvy modes of attainable, premium transportation. It come with many many high-tech luxury features. At the front seats, attentions are immediately fixated on Avalon’s
BMW i is launching what it claims it is the factory-fitted, fully integrated inductive charging facility for the high-voltage battery in a plug-in hybrid vehicle. Production will start in July. As part of the BMW
Jacobs Media’s Techsurvey 2018 reports that from Pandora, Spotify, and SiriusXM satellite radio, to the emergence of Amazon Alexa and smart speakers, the traditional patterns of media usage and radio listening are rapidly changing. In
AutoMobility LA announced that submissions are now being accepted for the 2018 Top Ten Automotive Startups Competition (Top Ten). This year’s competition will celebrate innovative startups making significant advancements within the mobility space. Additionally, AutoMobility
May was great month for automotive sales, new vehicles sales increased 4.7% due to light trucks with a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 16.91 million. The increase is attributed to increased Jeep sales at FCA.