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In a driving clinic, 120 volunteers avoid fender-benders with the help of alarms, flashing lights, and cars that talk to one another.
As automakers put more communication technology into cars, regulators must decide if it’s safe.
European automakers pursue an evolutionary answer to Google’s experimental self-driving car.
BMW’s chief designer predicts that tomorrow’s cars will be controlled by voice commands, gestures, and touch screens.
The maker of luxury vehicles is developing a less expensive line aimed at people more interested in phones than cars.
Peer-to-peer services that let strangers borrow your car could redefine auto ownership.
The 108-year-old automotive company is embracing the technologies, business tactics, and spirit of Silicon Valley.
The Nissan Leaf is the first all-electric car to try to connect to a mass market. Now Nissan is betting on a U.S. factory that can turn out 150,000 cars a year.
As our cars become networked—to the Internet and to one another—new trends in technology and society will redefine transportation. What’s certain: tomorrow’s automobiles will provide experiences that go well beyond driving.
A look at some of the innovations that went on to upend entire industries.