The transition to clean energy continues
Until it makes level 4 autonomous vehicles
Significant advances have been made in the technology that powers self-driving cars in the last decade, but there's still further to go. We dive into the current state of self-driving cars in 2023.
An affordable three-row all-electric SUV?
Tesla faces claims of exorbitant wait times and supracompetitive prices
Chatbot could provide instructional information and schedule car appointments
Forward-looking: The ability to receive assistance from a talking car has been a popular fantasy since Knight Rider aired on TV. Modern artificial intelligence models like OpenAI might bring car manufacturers and tech companies closer than ever to that dream.
Tesla continues to adjust prices
Would you buy a new car without AM radio?
And only 18 minor contact events
Is Ford crossing the line?
Coming later this year with native app store that includes Zoom, TikTok, Zync, and more
The case against swappable batteries in full-size EVs
The big picture: We've said it before and we'll say it again: by hook or by crook, automakers are on track to phase out gas-powered vehicles and replace them with all-electric models. Arguments abound over whether or not enough raw materials exist to back the transition or if the charging infrastructure can be built in time to support some states' deadlines for zero-emission vehicle sales. One possible solution to help mitigate the charging conundrum would be swappable batteries but willing it into reality would be a very tall order.
The screen will use specialized RGB-UV pixel arrays to activate the process
The latest of many recalls amid longstanding criticism of FSD
Tesla has already committed to opening 7,500 Superchargers to non-Tesla vehicles
What will happen to gas cars once EVs take over?
Ford is investigating a potential Lightning EV battery issue
Kia and Hyundai issue anti-theft updates in response to viral TikTok challenge that led to eight fatalities
The Kia challenge will soon be over
A green future: EU votes to go all electric
First responders found the driver's seat was empty
The Woz sees similarities between Musk and Steve Jobs
What just happened? People's opinion of Elon Musk tends to be split between those who love him and those who hate the billionaire. It appears that Steve Wozniak is closer to the latter camp. The Apple co-founder said Musk and Tesla "robbed" his family of money over false claims about the EV company's self-driving technology. "A lot of honesty disappears when you look at Elon Musk and Tesla," said Wozniak.
Light would instruct humans to do whatever the robocars do
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Police and Firefighters rush to find passengers napping inside robotaxis