Still far from the 600 mile-per-hour goal.
Love the idea or not, self-driving commercial service begins this year.
The turbine and compressor aren't physically connected.
It'll have a lithium-powered hybrid system and other upgrades.
Personal aerial vehicle joins a crowded field, but it's approved for flight already.
The companies are eager to take taxis to the skies — bearing vaunted British nameplates.
The joint venture with Panasonic should help clean city air.
It made it up twice — unlike a certain hapless robo-Mustang.
They'll run a robo-taxi service in the heart of tech-industry competitors.
He's accused of accessing a secret database, downloading a blueprint.
The race is on to get solid-state batteries.
It can even open and close the garage door.
We talk to Nissan's EV boss, Nicholas Thomas, at the global HQ.
Groceries delivered in a tiny van that looks like a lunch box.
Wind from passing cars drives it, and it gathers solar power, too.
Buys Chargemaster, which operates 50,000 chargers already in Europe
We've got a little convoy in N.C., and expect testing in other states
Is Robocar up for the challenge?