Adrian Smith

Mercedes Releases Sneak Peak of ‘Intelligent Automotive Specimen’

Mercedes has revealed a teaser image of the new Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupé which will go on show to the public for the very first time at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. Admittedly, the image doesn't exactly reveal very much. But the company is calling the car 'a highly intelligent automotive specimen'.

In a press release Mercedes says: 'the new CLA offers a number of clever solutions, from the MBUX Interior Assistant that identifies operation requests on the basis of movements to lend the vehicle interior a certain level of intelligence, to augmented reality for navigation and the ability to understand indirect voice commands'.

The car will also offer its ENERGIZING COACH service which features individual fitness recommendations.

Meanwhile the German company says it will also unveil a number of new concept vehicles at the event. One of them is a concept for demand-based, efficient and sustainable mobility called the Vision URBANETIC which will have... Read more

Trust in AVs Falls by 10% since 2015 – New Report

Trust in autonomous vehicles (AVs) has weakened over the last three years. That’s according to a major new report on the changing world of mobility.  The report – from global management consultancy, Arthur D. Little – found that 57% of…

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Bosch to Showcase Shuttle of the Future at CES 2019

Driverless electric shuttles that are seamlessly connected with their environment will soon be a common sight on our city streets. That’s the forecast of Bosch. The German company will be presenting a concept shuttle and its mobility solutions at CES 2019 in…

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Aston Martin Unveils Hypercar Engine Details

Aston Martin has unveiled one of its secrets. It’s released details of the engine of its new hypercar the Valkyrie V12. The luxury car brand says it was created with a brief to create ‘the ultimate expression of the internal…

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