Ms. Jamie Waydo is the latest Apple's major acquisition. The high profiled engineer previously worked with Waymo as the systems engineer. At the Google's self-driving car project, Ms. Waydo was involved in the crucial decision-making process during Waymo's tests in Phoenix.
A new startup has come up with an invention that converts the already installed London street lampposts into electric vehicle charging points. Through this creative invention, new electric charging points will be availed to EV owners without the need to dig up pavement or add another power supply.
Elon Musk’s The Boring Company has landed its first official gig from Chicago City Hall. The company (which specializes in underground transportation) is constructing an underground tunnel connecting downtown Chicago with one of the world's busiest airports, the O'Hare airport with a railway line.
The company is supplying Volvo with Lidar sensors to build their fully-autonomous cars. Recently, Luminar announced that they’d be slashing their prices and scaling up fast enough to meet the rapidly growing demand for its Lidar laser 3D sensors that enable self-driving cars to see all their surroundings.
Byton has revealed a K-Byte concept electric sedan in a night event in Shanghai, China. The company announced the sleekly designed vehicle in a gala event labeled “Byton Night” held...
Mercedes-Benz is hard at work to produce a fleet of all-electric vehicles. Mercedes revealed the all-electric EQA sedan in Sicily, Italy last week, which is entering the market to rival...
Volkswagen says that Quantum computing technology could help come up with a “chemical blueprint” that will speed up development and production of electric vehicle batteries. The technology, according to VW, can analyze and build a specialized and customized car battery for future green cars.
For the past few months, Miami has been a testing ground for Ford’s autonomous vehicles. The test isn’t over yet; Ford is now running a food delivery test using their self-driving vans in the same state.
Byton, a Chinese EV startup company has announced the acquisition of $500 million after the completion of series B round of funding. The funds put them in a strong financial position as they come closer to achieving their goal to have massive production of electric vehicles by the end of 2019.
Daimler has introduced two all-electric trucks to counter the Tesla Semi: the eCascadia and eM2 are designed specifically for the North American market.