Jaguar Land Rover has been working for four years on a sound for its electric vehicles to convey motion, direction change, and proximity to vulnerable road users.
Melbourne City Council has released four discussion papers, looking for participation and help on how to improve transport in and around the city between now and the year 2050.
The NTC has released a short video to not only inform Australia on what it has done to prepare the way for automated vehicles on public roads, but also the time by which it will have an end-to-end regulatory system in place.
The CAN Drive – Automated Vehicle Trial is a 2-year trial that is focusing on the reactions of the driver as they re-assume control from a vehicle in automated mode… and it is looking to recruit ACT drivers to help with the research.
KPMG has issued a new report, ‘Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index: Assessing countries’ openness and preparedness’. Where did Australia rank, what is it doing well, and where is more work needed?
The GM Cruise AV is set to be the first production-ready car that removes all manual driving controls, and that includes the pedals and steering wheel.
Nissan has played to the world the sound effect its electric cars will emit as they are in motion at low-speed. The sound is called Canto.
With the Jaguar E-Type Zero, Jaguar puts an electric engine into one of the car world’s most-loved designs, and it just might actually go into production.