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Automakers and suppliers are making progress in protecting vehicles from cyberattacks, but the car-hacking threat is still real and could get increasingly serious in the future when driverless vehicles begin talking to each other.
Auto and tech companies are racing to get human drivers completely out of their autonomous cars, perhaps as soon as this year.
LAS VEGAS: Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars.
Carmakers and tech companies have fallen over one another in recent weeks to show the strides they’ve made with self-driving cars. At CES – usually a stage for bragging about futuristic bona fides – top executives are instead tamping down expectations about the arrival of autonomy.
Entrepreneur eyes region to tap into huge supply of waste oil
Three self-driving vehicle pioneers are taking their former big-name employers head on with a pair of alliances that could shake up the car industry.
Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp are ready to climb aboard robo-taxis – just not without pooling up to share the cost of the ride.
The wait for the self-driving future is coming to an end. The earliest real-world applications of autonomous vehicles will arrive in 2018.
Motor manufacturers can do all the computer modeling and expert testing of new technologies they like, but nothing beats putting the latest tech in the hands of real-world drivers when it comes to identifying and ironing out annoying bugs.
German luxury automaker BMW said it will spend over €100mil (RM481.28mil) on a test track for self-driving and electric cars in the Czech Republic, as it expands its foray into alternative driving technologies.