Audi has teamed with Huawei to develop a new LTE module for Chinese Audis. In addition, Chinese Audis will get integration of Baidu CarLife.
Fuel economy’s up, and fuel tax revenues in Oregon apparently aren’t keeping highways up to snuff, so that state is going to test a pay-per-mile scheme.
Tennessee General Assembly has sent a bill to Gov. Bill Haslam’s desk that issues formal regulations of ride-share services like Uber and Lyft.
BMW announced its new BMW ConnectedDrive Portal has gone live and can be accessed anywhere there is an internet connection.
“If you’re looking for a car that drives you and takes the wheel right from your very hands, this isn’t that car,” says an Infiniti Q50 spot. Except, it is.
BMW said its BMW i Remote app is available for the Apple Watch and can be used to remotely check and control functions in BMW i models.
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn wrote an editorial about the future of autonomous drive cars, which of course interests us.
Last week, I was frustrated by my push mower’s handle falling off. If I had this RC lawn mower, that wouldn’t even be a concern.
Nissan’s AroundView Monitor has spoiled us in the past, and has been copied by a number of manufacturers. But how would one use it to explore the deep sea?
Ford said it recently enabled three million owners of 2010 to 2013 vehicles with first-generation Ford SYNC infotainment to download AppLink to their cars.
MINI Augmented Vision looks like old-school pilot goggles but performs very much like a BMW-flavored Google Glass with improved car connectivity.
A UMTRI study found some people would watch the road in an autonomous car, but others would not — and that could lead to an epidemic of motion sickness.