Production-ready autonomous cars will require vast amounts of computing power. In back-to-back keynotes, Intel and Nvidia showed two different approaches, but the companies developing this technology are unsure which path is best to take.
Continental said it is in “early stages” of talks about a structural overhaul, following moves by Delphi and Autoliv to split their operations in two.
German steering supplier Thyssenkrupp says the next frontier of advanced steering is creating redundancy for safety.
There was lots of talk and several demonstrations of self-driving cars at CES, but it was striking to notice which companies did not attend this massive consumer electronics extravaganza.
Here’s a look back at some mobility happenings from 2017.
Expect to see more autonomous and connected-vehicle news as well as buzzy concepts that seem more science fiction than actual product plan.
With a mission to redesign the cockpit as a personalized digital experience, Byton is building up a manufacturing base in China and forming partnerships with Tier 1 suppliers to begin sales of its first electric SUV by the end of 2019.
Yanfeng Automotive Interiors CEO Johannes Roters is energized by the megatrends that are changing the industry because he remembers a time when things were a bit stagnant.
Carl Icahn’s Icahn Automotive Group LLC said it has acquired 19 service centers and an auto parts distribution business. It’s the latest in several related acquisitions made by Icahn in recent years.
Do the next generations really want to inherit all those collectible cars from their baby boomer parents? Auction prices offer a hint.