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One player says the driver shouldn't be expected to.

We've known since the Consumer Electronics Show back in January that the 2018 Leaf will get semi-autonomous technology. Now Nissan has provided a look - a glimpse, anyway - at the Leaf ProPilot Assist system. In the image released by Nissan, above, we see the driver's display - and a button on the steering wheel labeled "Pilot." Push that and voila, or presumably voila, the displays at left are activated. There's a blue "Pilot" light at top that must indicate the system is in engaged, and likew

Two EVs will run along a route in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Competing with Alphabet, Uber, and many others.

Swift programming language creator Chris Lattner is out, Andrej Karpathy is in.

Lattner "just wasn't the right fit for Tesla."

It's like a drone for people.

The arms fold, meaning you can store it inside a garage.

First step: a "zero emission zone" in central London by 2025,

But it will still do performance upgrades.

Seoul to Pusan in 20 minutes, as opposed to three hours.

During a 37-minute drive, his hands were on the wheel for 25 seconds.

North America's largest automotive supplier is alone among its competitors in performing contract manufacturing for carmakers.

One proposal would exempt self-driving cars from the existing federal safety rules.

The report said the costs of renewable power will continue to fall.

TOKYO - Japanese robotics maker ZMP Inc has partnered with a taxi operator in Tokyo, as part of its plans to launch a self-driving taxi in the city in time for the 2020 Olympics, CEO Hisashi Taniguchi said on Thursday. Japan's taxi industry, faced with a labor crunch due to an aging population, has been looking at new technologies to drive growth. The sector may also have to deal with more competition in the future if the government allows ride-sharing services such as Uber to operate across th

President Akio Toyoda says he may have maintained the status quo too long.

It's a convergence of technologies Michelin is researching.

Made from sustainable materials and inspired by nature, it's a futuristic wheel and tire in one.

It could help your independent repair shop.

What is presumably the world's fastest car has been sitting still for a long time, but that might change in, well, a few months. A date has been set for the Bloodhound supersonic land-speed car to be tested for the first time - in October. Or in the words of the team's press release: "Bloodhound is go!" The testing at Cornwall Airport Newquay, in England, will come 20 years after RAF Wing Cmdr. Andy Green steered the Thrust SSC to the current record of 763.035 mph. Green is signed on to pilot t

He talks around the topic while there's plenty of evidence Apple has something in the works.

75 million viewers have tuned in. The league's second season begins next week.

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