At the Consumer Electronics Show annual showcase of technology in Las Vegas this year, something important was inadvertently highlighted. Inclement weather at CES 2018 caused several manufacturers and suppliers to cancel or significantly alter their autonomous vehicle showcases. Nissan, for example, discontinued showings of its new ProPilot technology in the …
Nissan has unveiled it’s latest research into automated vehicle technologies with “brain-to-vehicle” (B2V) tech aimed towards improving reaction times for drivers and improving driving enjoyment through vehicle learning. Read about it at EVmeme.com.
Embark unveiled its self-driving truck technology. The company gained approval by the State of Nevada earlier this year to begin testing its truck on public roads. Embark has created a technology that allows trucks to drive from exit to exit on the freeway without any human input. Read more at EVmeme.com.
Cars can now virtually park themselves. Having spent time in several of today’s semi-automated self-parking cars, it’s become clear that the idea is becoming mainstream, but the technology behind it is not commonly understood. Here’s a rundown on how it works. Read about it at NewAtlas.com.
Both four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are drivetrain systems that operate all four wheels of the vehicle to enhance traction in various low-traction situations such as inclement weather, off-pavement, and the like. If you’ve ever wanted to know how these systems work, read on. Read more on CarNewsCafe.com.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit this year was one of the largest ever. The show floor was filled with new steel, giving a powerful showcase to the automotive industry, which is back on the growth trend. With sales being up, optimism and excitement were the mood …
When Infiniti unveiled the heavily updated Q50 sedan this week, the biggest changes were all under the hood. Including a completely new engine series for the premium sedan. Read the rest at TorqueNews.com.