A lack of distinction between 'assisted' and 'automated' driving systems is creating dangerous confusion and could lead to an increase in accidents.
The Peugeot Instinct concept car offers a glimpse into the company's vision for how future vehicles will switch between manual and autonomous driving.
More than half of British drivers are not comfortable with the idea of autonomous cars, according to new research by the London School of Economics.
“There will be more disruption to the car industry in the next ten years than there has been in the last 100 years.” So opened the “Future of the Car” Summit in London last week, organised by the Financial Times. The above quote came from Paul Willcox, Nissan Europe Chairman, at the start of his keynote presentation. He believes that the car companies need to adapt and inno...
2016 is shaping up to be a landmark year for automotive innovation. Huge advancements in car technology that seemed like distant dreams are now starting to appear on prototype and even production vehicles, and they are set to change the way we drive and use our roads forever.
There is a big push at the moment to have all new cars fitted with autonomous emergency braking systems. But what exactly is AEB and why is it so important?
For some time now it’s been a case of 'when' and not 'if' driverless cars will be unleashed on our roads. The technology is rapidly being developed, and various parties are vying to get ahead in what isn’t so much an arms race as a hands-free race (sponsored post).