The Israeli tech company’s tech is so advanced it can alert authorities of potential injuries in just 7 seconds.
Most current electric vehicles chargers use an app or secure, contactless payment methods.
The cars cost $6.95 and can be raced on physical tracks or in the digital world.
Hyundai and Kia have been working with Aurora on self-driving technologies since last year.
The M-Byte’s party piece is the 48-inch Shared Experience Display, but there are more screens inside.
Uber’s flying electric taxis will initially be human-operated, but the ultimate goal is to use autonomous planes.
Toyota is rolling out two new safety features which are designed to help clueless drivers.
The Northvolt gigafactory in Sweden will have up to 32 GWh of battery capacity.
The Honda e has already attracted 31,000 “expressions of interest” across Europe.
The two companies will support each other’s subscribers through a single registration.
Nio has also upgraded the infotainment system, adding more gesture controls and third-party content.
By 2025, Volvo expects at least one-third of all its new cars to feature fully autonomous tech.