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General Motors unveiled the production version of its Chevrolet Bolt electric car, on which the US auto giant is pinning its hopes for the emerging segment.
Big automakers have spent several years watching their stock prices drift while the valuations of upstarts such as Uber and Tesla soared.
Ahead of its keynote address at this year's CES, Ford has offered a sneak peek at where it believes the car is heading.
General Motors Inc said it will invest US$500mil (RM2.16bil) in Lyft Inc and laid out plans to develop an on-demand network of self-driving cars with the ride-sharing service.
As the US gets ready to host the first official international auto show of the new year in the heart of its Motor City (Detroit), the list of carmakers choosing to pass on the event is almost as long as the list of new cars expecting to make their debut.
California, the largest car market in the United States, issued draft rules on Dec 16 for self-driving cars, requiring a licensed driver inside the vehicle in case of failure in a plan that stresses safety.
At this year's Tokyo motorshow, Toyota's keyword was "wow!" and on the Subaru stand, company head Yasuyuki Yoshinaga dedicated as much of his presentation to building a bond with owners, of "becoming partners in our customers' lives", as he did on discussing the future of connected or autonomous vehicles.
Samsung Electronics and group companies are trying a belated push into the business of supplying technology to car makers, while rivals are already sewing up lucrative deals with an industry that is notoriously difficult to break into.
Singapore unveiled its public transport future, and it was a vision of passengers commuting in driverless buses along roads and freeways populated by platoons of autonomous trucks following a single driver.
At a special event held at the Swedish embassy in Washington DC, the head of Volvo has warned the US that it needs to stay at the forefront of autonomous vehicle development and testing.