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Cadillac CUE

Cadillac's CUE is dead, meet the new CUE that isn't CUE

Back in February 2017 Cadillac announced that its infotainment system, known as CUE, was dead and it would be replaced by the next-generation Cadillac user experience. CUE stood for Cadillac User Experience, but that's dead now as the American automaker launches the next-gen Cadillac user... read more

January 19, 2018 by
 
Infiniti Q Inspiration design sketch

Infiniti's first electric car coming in 2021

Infiniti may have been one of the early pioneers of electrification in the luxury segment, having introduced the M35h hybrid sedan as early as 2010, but the brand has been... read more January 17, 2018 by


 
Voyage self-driving car prototype

Jaguar Land Rover invests in self-driving startup Voyage

There's no shortage of startups looking to be among the first to develop safe and reliable self-driving systems to power fleets of potentially lucrative self-driving taxis... read more January 12, 2018 by


 
General Motors' Cruise AV self-driving car has no steering wheel or pedals

GM's latest self-driving car has no steering wheel or pedals

General Motors on Friday revealed a self-driving car devoid of a steering wheel and pedals. Called the Cruise AV (Autonomous Vehicle), the car is based on the Chevrolet Bolt... read more January 11, 2018 by


 
Mercedes-Benz expands investment into what3words navigation system

Mercedes to introduce 3-word navigation in next-gen A-Class

Mercedes-Benz is ready to double-down on its efforts to bring you a better in-car navigation experience. The German automaker is ready to roll out its integration of... read more January 11, 2018 by


 
AutonomouStuff self-driving prototype running Baidu Apollo 2.0 software

Baidu to have self-driving vehicles in operation in 2018

While most companies competing in the self-driving space are closely guarding their developments, Baidu, a search engine giant from China and leader in the development of... read more January 11, 2018 by


 
Intel partners with Ferrari for AI and drone support at Ferrari Challenge series

Ferrari Challenge to use Intel-powered AI, drones to hone racer skills, improve fan experience

Ferraris are often associated with pure driving pleasure, but that doesn't mean technology can't help refine things further. Intel and Ferrari announced a three-year... read more January 10, 2018 by


 
Waze now supports infotainment screen operation in Fords

iPhone users can soon use Waze on their Ford infotainment screens

Waze and Ford have good news. The social navigation app announced on Wednesday at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show that beginning in March iPhone users piloting a Ford... read more January 10, 2018 by


 
Hyundai Intelligent Personal Cockpit concept from 2018 CES

Hyundai details its Intelligent Personal Cockpit concept at CES

Hyundai detailed its vision of future in-car technology this week at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, and it includes the brand's upcoming in-car personal assistant slated... read more January 10, 2018 by


 
Mercedes-Benz MBUX user interface

Mercedes-Benz presents next-gen MBUX user interface at CES

Mercedes-Benz will roll out a next-generation user interface system starting this year, offering both drivers and passengers its cars new levels of interaction be it via... read more January 10, 2018 by


 
Harmon digital cockpit revealed at CES 2018

Harman shows digital dashboard with 5G connectivity at CES

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show is full of futuristic vehicle technology and connected-car solutions, but Harman is differentiating itself by bringing 5G connectivity to... read more January 9, 2018 by


 
Is Premium Gas worth the higher cost?

If your car recommends premium gas, should you use it?

You know those car ads you see filling every commercial break of your favorite television show? Look closely and you'll see a fair number of them touting either a given... read more January 9, 2018 by


 
Fisker flexible solid-state battery material

Fisker solid-state battery promises 500-mile range, 1-minute charging

Solid-state batteries represent the holy grail for automakers as they promise a driving range for electric cars comparable to internal combustion models, along with charging... read more January 9, 2018 by


 
Toyota e-Palette self-driving electric mobility concept

Toyota reveals e-Palette concept, previews its future mobility services

Toyota previewed one of its visions of future mobility at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show on Monday. Meet the e-Palette concept, a cube-shaped self-driving and electric... read more January 8, 2018 by


 
Volkswagen announces Google quantum computer partnership

Nvidia partners with VW, Uber and Baidu on artificial intelligence for self-driving cars

Nvidia kicked off the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show on Sunday by announcing a trio of new partnerships: one with ride-hailing company Uber, China's Baidu, and Volkswagen... read more January 8, 2018 by


 
Third-generation Toyota self-driving car prototype

Toyota’s latest self-driving cars see up to 660 feet in all directions

Toyota isn’t as vocal as some rivals in the self-driving space but the Japanese firm is making steady progress and at next week’s 2018 Consumer Electronics Show... read more January 5, 2018 by


 
 

 
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