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Apple car will change its dimensions

Apple received a patent for Extendable bumpers for vehicles, which it applied for back in 2019. The technology will allow changing the length of the car on command and, possibly, will be used on the first car of the American corporation. Judging by the diagram, the technology works as follows: behind the bumper is a… More

NIO does not charge, but changes batteries
NIO does not charge, but changes batteries

The station was created as part of a partnership between NIO and Sinopec. The first one was created in Beijing. This second generation station is the first of its kind to allow a vehicle to automatically enter a station. Each NIO Power Swap Station 2.0 is equipped with 239 sensors and four interoperable cloud computing… More

Automatic recording of parking violations. Already in Kiev!
Automatic recording of parking violations. Already in Kiev!

In the very center of Kiev, on the street. Basseynaya near Bessarabskaya Square, a pilot project for automatic photographing of parking violations has begun. This was announced by the deputy head of the KMDA Alexander Gustelev. The project is being implemented jointly with the Municipality Parking System. For its implementation, all the necessary technical devices… More

Better than Tesla? Huawei showed its autopilot in the case (video)
Better than Tesla? Huawei showed its autopilot in the case (video)

Huawei’s current chairman of the board Xu Zhijun said at a recent meeting with analysts that the company will continue to ramp up investment in smart car software to improve automation. He stressed that Huawei in the automotive sector will become a progressively growing supplier of components in the field of intelligent transport networks. Interestingly,… More

Hologram for Geely: how will the car amuse the owner?
Hologram for Geely: how will the car amuse the owner?

The Chinese presented the AID system a couple of days ago. This abbreviation stands for Aerial Intelligent Display. The new AID system is capable of producing crisp 3D images. Moreover, the holographic assistant performs some of the functions for which the center console screen was previously responsible. As conceived by the developers, over time, thanks… More

GM builds another plant in the U.S.
GM builds another plant in the U.S.

The American company has announced the launch of a new plant that will use a more economical battery chemistry than the Lordstown plant. General Motors and South Korean joint venture partner LG Chem are planning to start construction of a second US battery cell plant on Friday, at a cost of $ 2.3 billion in… More

Honda E will take care of the owner’s wallet
Honda E will take care of the owner’s wallet

Honda has launched a new “smart” consumer charging service for Honda E owners that uses real-time data to refuel cars with electricity at the most cost-effective time. The UK is the first market to receive this technology before it is rolled out across Europe. A Japanese company has developed e: Progress in partnership with smart… More

Spotify has come up with a device for cars called Car Thing
Spotify has come up with a device for cars called Car Thing

The renowned music streaming platform Spotify has unveiled the Car Thing, a car device designed to play music. Initially, the device will be handed out for free to all users of the premium Spotify package. Spotify, one of the world’s leading audio platforms, has introduced a new device specifically for road users. It’s called Car… More

Nvidia to help Volvo develop autopilot
Nvidia to help Volvo develop autopilot

Volvo and Nvidia have partnered since 2016. But now the Swedish manufacturer, following Mercedes and Hyundai-KIA, announced an expansion of the partnership to get a system on the Nvidia Drive AGX Orin chip. Its performance of 254 TOPS (Trillions of Operations Per Second) is required for the AI ​​and Highway Pilot in the upcoming SPA2… More

The future is here: Dubai switches to driverless taxis
The future is here: Dubai switches to driverless taxis

From 2023, Dubai (UAE) will begin to switch to unmanned taxis. The deliveries of such vehicles will be carried out by the American company Cruise, a division of General Motors. Crown Prince of Dubai Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced this on Twitter. According to him, Cruise will deliver 4,000 Origin unmanned shuttles… More