In connected car news this week were Tesla, VW, TomTom, Lucid Motors, DENSO, Lexar, Xevo, Hyundai, Pioneer, Xevo and Lexar. Tesla 3 Camera Watches Passengers Elon Musk revealed why there is an interior facing camera
Mercedes-Benz shared its history of making its cars safer. Stuttgart. The car as a partner for people which reduces the risk of accidents for them: this is a guiding principle in the development of active
Consumer Reports can no longer recommend the newest Tesla—the Model 3 electric sedan—because members say they’ve identified a number of problems with their cars, including issues with its body hardware, as well as paint and
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is applying more stringent criteria to its list of recommended used vehicles for teens, as recent safety improvements have percolated down to lower-cost used cars, SUVs, minivans and pickups.
In automotive cyberscecurity news there were anouncements from ZF, Trend Micro and Luxoft. ZF AI & Cybersecurity ZF is establishing a Technology Center for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cybersecurity in Saarbrücken. As part of a
With consideration for the amount of time, money and resources needed to develop sustainable mobility to help combat rising emissions and continuing to utilize currently available technology, Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced today two measures