Google is growing up. It’s ditching the sporty Lexus SUVs and cute panda-shaped vehicles it’s been using for its self-driving vehicle project, and opting to get something far more sensible: a minivan.
Development of the long-awaited self-driving car is accelerating like a turbocharged V8 these days, with announcements from automakers and suppliers coming at a furious pace. Earlier in the week Fiat Automobiles
According to a report today from The Wall Street Journal, GM and Lyft are partnering to test a fleet of self-driving electric taxis sometime within the next year in an undisclosed city. The pilot will
Apple is looking to purchase "large expanses of real estate" in the San Francisco Bay Area for its much-rumored car project, codenamed Project Titan, according to The Wall Street Journal. Google parent
Officials are moving too quickly to make intelligent laws, the industry says. You might think that car brands would want governments to approve self-driving cars quickly so that sales can start as soon
Last year, famous Silicon Valley venture capitalist and early Tesla investor Steve Juvertson recalled a conversation he had with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick: Travis recently told me that in 2020, if Telsas
Today, Google laid out a proposal to top transportation officials outlining a solution to its number one roadblock, federal guidelines. Google has been testing its self-driving technology for years now