"This isn't just a concept design -- it has airbags, crumple zones, and comfortable seats," said Kyle Vogt, who heads Cruise Automation, a technology startup acquired by GM in 2016.
Family sedans like Toyota’s Camry -- the top-selling U.S. car the last 15 years -- will be surpassed for the first time by a trio of compact sport utility vehicles: the Nissan Rogue, Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V.
Overall performance from test like these shows how difficult it’ll be for self-driving autos to master an ever-changing city, even as hands-free operation on highways comes into view.
The goal is to examine how customers react to stepping out of their homes and walking to the car to fetch their pizza from a locked warming compartment.
The company’s self-driving car project recently opened its doors for the first time to a reporter. Here are eight things to keep in mind about the inside look.
Michigan Tech's Automotive Engineering camp for high school girls strives to address concerns about gender gap in the automotive workforce.