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Honda plans to achieve zero accident rate
Honda plans to achieve zero accident rate

The Honda brand intends to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) technologies into its cars, as well as achieve, thanks to them, zero accidents and deaths on the roads by 2050. This is reported in a plan for the development of artificial intelligence technologies, published by the Japanese automaker on Friday, November 26. The essence of the… More

How does GM want to deal with the chip shortage?
How does GM want to deal with the chip shortage?

Automakers are starting to show similar approaches to overcoming electronic component shortages and preventing them from recurring in the future. Like Nissan Motor, General Motors Corporation plans to reduce the number of unique chips by 95% in the future, moving to wider use of general-purpose microcontrollers. Particular attention will be paid to cooperation with suppliers… More

Tesla received a dangerous software update
Tesla received a dangerous software update

This option in an electric car is supervised by the Tesla Autopilot driver assistance system. False braking failures can occur when the autopilot detects an object on the road or does not correctly predict a collision, and the brakes are applied to avoid it. Such an error in the braking system can be the cause… More

Rolls-Royce: a brand living in the past
Rolls-Royce: a brand living in the past

The British automaker is in no hurry to ditch genuine leather, even considering the importance of environmental responsibility. According to the company’s managers, leather will be considered an attribute of luxury for a long time to come. This is reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with a link to Autocar. Earlier, Volvo and MINI announced that they… More

BMW electric cars will drive with manure
BMW electric cars will drive with manure

BMW of North America will use California dairy manure to generate green electricity. The company announced this the day before, presenting its new partner – the Bar 20 Dairy farm from the California town of Kerman. On the territory of the farm there is a new generation bioreactor capable of capturing the methane emitted by… More

In San Francisco earned an unmanned taxi
In San Francisco earned an unmanned taxi

Employees at self-driving technology company Cruise, which is owned by General Motors, will be the first passengers of the company’s fully self-driving taxis in San Francisco. These cars were able to move around the city without the presence of the driver behind the wheel. Some townspeople will also be able to use the service –… More

“Tesla”, which will “insert” any electric car
“Tesla”, which will “insert” any electric car

Tesla has launched a new charging system with the J1772 connector common in North America. This means that the device can charge electric vehicles of other brands without additional adapters. The new version of Tesla’s “home” charger with J1772 Gen 2 connector has an output power of up to 9.6 kW (at 40 A) per… More