Geneva Motor Show saw a rash of new electric vehicles and concepts from Honda, Nissan, Fiat and Volkswagen, as auto industry enters the era of mass electrification. By Paul Fisher. Honda e Prototype Honda’s so-called EV for Europe made its debut at Geneva. Positioned as an “urban commuter”, the car features a range of over 200km Read More..
According to autonomous vehicle blog The Last License Holder, 28 companies are actively testing cars on public roads in the state of California. In total, they operated 467 vehicles and covered just over 2 million miles in autonomous mode with 143,720 disengagements occurring. According to the site Waymo is way ahead its newest rival GM Cruise Read More..
Siemens has received the green light from California authorities to test a so-called e-highway concept near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The German electrical and electronics conglomerate said it will fit a section of highway with overhead cables that can power specially equipped trucks the same way trams traditionally operate. Siemens is Read More..
Volkswagen has opened a new 27 million-dlr r&d center in Oxnard California, where it will focus onÂ powertrain and systems development, governmental compliance and field quality testing. The German carmaker said the 64,000 square-foot facility, which is expected to be fully operational later this year, will employ 50 people initially but could grow at a later Read More..