Ford, Lyft to Launch Self-Driving Car Network this Year

Argo AI and Ford will deploy Ford self-driving cars, with safety drivers, on the Lyft network with passenger rides beginning in Miami later this year and in Austin starting in 2022.

2021 Trailer Trends: Lighter, Smarter, Tougher

New technology is finding its way into a lighter and more durable generation of semi-trailer designs.

2022 Jeep Compass Boasts 75 Advanced Safety Features

Next-generation technologies like Highway Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition can help boost driver confidence and prevent accidents.

Volvo Group CTO to Highlight Sustainable Revolution at ACT Expo

Volvo Group Chief Technology Officer Lars Stenqvist keynote at the ACT Expo will cover how the group is driving towards the company’s ambition of transport decarbonization, as well as transforming into a new way of delivering transport and infrastructure solutions.

Automotive Finance Market Size Worth $392.78 Billion by 2028

The increasing penetration of passenger vehicles, rising modernization of vehicles, and development of autonomous vehicles are some factors expected to drive the market growth during the forecast period.

Goodyear Airless Tire First on Autonomous Shuttles

Goodyear announces new development in partnership with Local Motors, Beep and JTA.

Volvo to Crunch Customer Car Data to Build Safer Vehicles

The automaker believes its new safety package will reduce fatalities and accidents overall.

Americans Remain Wary of Self-Driving Car Safety

In a new survey from Car Gurus, 51% of drivers say safety is their biggest concern regarding self-driving cars.

Cox Automotive Acquires Fleet Software Company FleetMaster

Cox Automotive has announced the acquisition of the Ghent-based fleet software company FleetMaster. The Belgian company, which also has an office in Long Beach, California, is a specialist in cloud-based workflow technology for the rental, leasing and dealership...

Explore The Evolution of Warranty Management at WCM

Join us to hear Ashok Kartham, a pioneer in the Warranty industry, present on the evolution of warranty management.

Traton Completes Navistar Acquisition

The Traton Group, formerly Volkswagen Truck and Bus, finalizes its $3.7 billion merger with Navistar.

Automated Bus Rapid Transit: The Future of Urban Transit is Here

ABRT offers a solution that is ideal for today and into the future since it takes advantage of existing streets and infrastructure while increasing efficiency and safety at a minimal cost.

Black Book: Weekly Market Report

Wholesale values are finally starting to simmer down but make no mistake, supply channels haven’t been restored and the market remains strong.

GM to Source U.S.-Based Lithium for Next-Gen EV Batteries

Through an agreement with Controlled Thermal Resources, lithium will be sourced in part from California from a more environmentally friendly process than traditional lithium production.

Traton Completes Navistar Merger, Looks to China, Electrification

German-based Traton Group, completing its merger with Navistar as of July 1, is now turning its attention to the Chinese truck market – and to truck electrification.

NHTSA Seeks Accountability, Transparency on ADAS-Related Crashes

A new order mandates major manufacturers, Tier 1 suppliers, and operators of autonomous vehicles to report crashes of vehicles equipped with emerging in-vehicle technologies.

Automotive Retail Sales Remain Unchanged, But Tech Has Given the Consumer Experience a Major Tune-Up

Innovative auto dealers and retailers are keen to deliver the new purchase experience consumers want, and the technologies needed are now sophisticated enough to make it a reality.

Intelligent Tire Data Keeps Commercial Fleets Rolling

The new Goodyear SightLine tires use sensors that communicate with cloud-based algorithms. These provide predictive analysis of potential issues before they arise, offering improved uptime running and lower maintenance costs.