During GTC 2016, Nvidia revealed that its Drive PX 2 supercomputer will be installed in racecars competing in the Roborace Championship. The company is also working on an end-to-end HD mapping system using Tesla GPUs and the Drive PX 2.
Uber is way more popular than Lyft, but that doesn't mean its better in every way. Lyft has announced the expansion of Lyft Line, its carpooling service, to six more cities, beating Uber when it comes to carpooling in the U.S.
Honda has published a teaser sketch that previews the next-generation CR-V. The popular crossover will get a brand new design, and it might be offered with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain for the first time ever.
Peugeot-Citroen has outlined a five-year growth plan called Push to Pass. It calls for the launch of 34 new models, the implementation of an over-the-air updating system, and a return to the United States.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk held an impromptu Twitter AMA on April 3, and the executive revealed a few more details about the Model 3. The base vehicle will be rear-wheel drive, however dual-motor all-wheel drive will be available as an option.
Toyota Connected "builds on Toyota’s global vision of a future of mobility that is clean, safe, and convenient," relying upon Microsoft Azure's cloud technology system to power up 21st-century driving.
Mercedes-Benz is sending three autonomous trucks from its headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, to Rotterdam, Holland. The trucks will travel in a platoon, meaning they'll be connected in a train-like formation via vehicle-to-vehicle…
Aston Martin is just days away from introducing a more hardcore evolution of the V8-powered Vantage called GT8. Developed to hit the track, the GT8 will be faster, lighter, and more aggressive-looking than the standard Vantage.