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Latest Articles in autonomous vehicles

GM Aims To End Sale Of Gasoline, Diesel-Powered Cars, Suvs, Light Trucks By 2035

GM sold 2.55 million vehicles in the United States last year, only about 20,000 of which were EVs. It said in November it was investing $27 billion in electric and autonomous vehicles over the next five years, up from $20 billion planned before the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hyundai Looks Ahead To New Suvs In 2021 - And Urban Air Taxis By 2028

Hyundai hopes to tap that interest next year with the all-new Santa Cruz, a compact utility vehicle with a pickup bed, and the Ioniq 5 crossover, the first in a series of new all-electric models.

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Data: The New Fuel For Autonomous Cars

With cars becoming increasingly connected and autonomous, the automotive sector is at the cusp of a disruptive technology change.

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Volvo Cars To Use LiDAR Technology From Luminar For Safe Self-Driving

Volvo Cars, is partnering with tech firm Luminar to provide their industry-leading LiDAR and perception technology for Volvo’s next generation cars.

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There is a significance of the invention of consumer airplanes where everybody can buy a ticket and fly. A self-driving car will be more significant than that. – Mr Sanjay Sood

Mr. Sanjay Sood, VP- Highly Automated Driving, HERE Technologies talks to Siddharth Shankar of BW Businessworld about how Digital Mapping Technologies are the key to a Smarter, Connected and Autonomous Future.

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Wipro Partners Excelfore For Autonomous Vehicles

This partnership aims to enable connected car solutions for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1 equipment makers

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Groupe Renault Furthers Autonomous Vehicle Development By Forming New Joint Venture

This step will allow Renault and the Renault-Nissan Alliance to continue delivering a menu of advanced technologies by furthering autonomous vehicle development testing in a virtual environment.

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First Driverless Taxi Hits Streets Of Singapore

The trial rides took place in a Mitsubishi i-MiEv electric vehicle, with an engineer sitting behind the steering wheel to monitor the system and take control if necessary

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'We Will Shift More From Mechanical Products To Selling Mobility Services'

While it seems more challenging to drive an autonomous vehicle in India than in Europe or the US, India could be the ultimate testing grounds for this, says Jan Brecht, chief information officer of German luxury automobile company Daimler

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Jaguar Land Rover To Test Over 100 Autonomous Cars In Britain

The market for autonomous driving is worth $1.29 trillion worldwide, but needs to overcome legal obstacles including determining who would be responsible in the event of an accident

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