Camera/display systems are gaining traction in Japan and Europe as modern replacements for side- and rearview mirrors…but not in the United States, where Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards require mirrors, flat mirrors (on the driver’s side), and nothing
The European Commission have approved a rule to make “Intelligent Speed Assistance” mandatory for all newly-manufactured light vehicles starting in 2022. Legislators say the technology could save thousands of lives and, combined
The European Parliament, Council and Commission have agreed that the next generation of vehicle safety standards are to become mandatory in new European vehicles by 2022.
PSA have decided to limit their work on the autonomous car for individuals to level 3, in which the driver must be able to take control at any time, saying they won’t develop autonomy features beyond level 3 for passenger cars at this time.
A set of standards to make fully autonomous vehicles safe to test, develop, and use in Singapore has been created, spelling out expectations such as how fast such vehicles should travel and the space between them on the road.
The electric-powered Pop.up Next is a collaboration between Airbus, Audi, and design house Italdesign. The exciting news is that the Pop.up Next has been
Within three years all new vehicles in the European Union will be required to have the latest advanced safety technology, such as automatic emergency
NHTSA and IIHS say they’ve tracked a definite increase in the prevalence of automatic emergency braking systems in 2017’s cars versus past-model
US President Donald Trump’s administration has cancelled plans to require V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) communication provisions in new cars—a move experts
The four-year L3Pilot research initiative has been launched in Wolfsburg, Germany, with the project aiming to analyse the opportunities for using