A trial involving smart street lamps that have the capability to accommodate EV charging stations and enhance wireless connectivity is set to commence in 6 locations across the UK.
A U.S. startup backed by Musk’s SpaceX will be the first to test electric cars for driving on the road – and in the air!
Rimac Automobili has announced the delivery of the first Nevera hypercar to a customer in the United States. The car was handed over by Rimac’s New York-based dealer, Manhattan Motorcars, in the presence of the Rimac team.
Sony’s foray into the automotive industry is ripe for cynicism. Even the name Afeela elicits more eye rolls than serious facial expressions. However, here is why you should take it seriously.
Juniper Research reveals there will be more than 367 million connected vehicles in worldwide use by 2027, up from 192 million this year. This 91% growth will be driven by advances in ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and the increasing capabilities of in-vehicle infotainment systems.
Slovakian battery maker InoBat announced on Monday it has signed declarations of intent with the Serbian government to build an EV battery factory in the Balkan country with a capacity of up to 32 gigawatt hours (GWh).
The companies will work together on a software platform, including the creation of a Digital Twin to try out cutting-edge AI capabilities virtually.
Tesla buyers will be able to purchase the “full self-driving” feature for $12,000 up until September 5th, but following the latest price increase, the software will cost five times as much as when it was first introduced (in January 2022) as a $3,000 add-on.
The first 200 street lamps have recently been installed by the authorities in the city’s outer neighborhoods, but they should shortly total 1,000.
The quality of electric vehicles has hit an all-time low, according to the latest survey by global market research firm J.D. Power. The chip shortage and supply chain crisis seem to be affecting not only vehicle price increases, but also their quality.