Most of us are aware if not have already jumped on the electrical bandwagon that’s driving us into a supposed “cleaner” future. But just how far are we to saving the world?
As today’s and the future’s vehicles become smarter and smarter, are we taking the right steps to protect our data from online hackers?
With new vehicles becoming more powerful than ever, how much horsepower is too much?
Likely the first government to do so, California announces plans to ban all gasoline-powered cars by 2035.
With the increase in popularity of electric vehicles in lieu of gas-fueled alternatives, what happens to our current energy sources?
We’re seeing it more and more. Many services car owners once expected as automatic perks when buying a new luxury car will now cost a monthly fee. Is this the new normal for car owners or will backlash from frugal customers lead to software engineers discovering new ways to earn their clients recurring, predictable revenue.
Many EV companies are reporting an uptick in sales; could this be due to rising gas prices across the country?
With many countries signing commitments to phase out traditional petroleum fuel as an energy source for vehicles, it’s important to understand what sort of regulations and incentives will apply to consumers as well as commercial fleets.
Driver assistance technology is already out on the road, and as manufacturers look toward autonomous driving vehicles, it’s likely to become adopted in most, if not all, new cars. This technology is built on ongoing research into the human factors involved in driving, including the cognitive and physical aspects of braking. Read on for an overview.
With the movement toward alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) gaining momentum, many automobile manufacturers and parts suppliers wonder what this shift means for their business.