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Designing with the Future in Mind – Pininfarina’s CEO

Pininfarina has been designing cars since the 1930s. But the Italian company likes to stay ahead of the game. Its CEO Silvio Pietro Angori told...

Mobility design of the future

Design is playing an increasingly important role in the new mobility, including when it comes to boosting the acceptance of robots, drones or autonomous...
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Zenuity Gets Approval For Public Autonomous Tests in Sweden

Zenuity, Veoneer and Volvo's joint-venture for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving software, has received approval for self-driving tests on public roads...

BYTON Bytes into the Future of Automotive Tech

BYTON is working on cars of the future that act as smart devices. At AutoMobility LA it showed off its M-Byte Concept SUV and...

Mapping the Road to Autonomous Driving

TomTom is tackling the challenge of autonomous driving acceptance through next generation maps. The company is developing technology that sends the data from vehicles...

The Stuff of Legend: Peugeot’s new concept car the e-Legend

Peugeot's tagline at this year's Paris Motor Show is #UnboringTheFuture.  Thankfully its new concept car, the e-Legend, is anything but boring.  It's fully electric, fully autonomous and fully connected.  Philippe-Emmanuel Jean, the Concept Car Manager, gave Auto Futures a glimpse of its future vision.

France’s Navya talks to Auto Futures about the Driverless Future

There's a lot of talk about the driverless future at the Paris Motor Show 2018.  But for France's Navya, autonomous transit is already a reality.  Auto Futures' Adrian Smith discussed the subject with Navya's Head of Marketing, Nicolas de Cremiers.

China Automotive: Putting Mobile into Mobility

The demand for smart urban mobility is growing, and so is the competition to lead the zero-emission market. In China, the government’s early policies...

Digitisation and autonomous driving to halve costs by 2030, finds PwC Truck Study

Trucking logistics costs will fall by 47 percent by 2030, largely through reduction of labor Delivery lead times will fall by 40 percent ...