Three-dimensional gauge clusters are pretty cool. Eye-tracking tech that doesn't work isn't so cool.
Your phone, home, and car will all be connected in the Internet of Things.
"Show me an autonomous system without a person in the loop, and I'll show you a system that is practically useless."
Honda's Riding Assist Motorcycle uses robotics technology for self-leveling capabilities, meaning the bike can balance itself without gyroscopes.
Over two million people rely on wheelchairs in the US alone.
Are connected motorcycle technologies a boon for safety or nothing more than a distraction?
Toyota, Ford, Suzuki, and Mazda are all partners with AGL.
The company has collaborated with 100RC, DeNA, and Microsoft.
Nissan believes people won't pay for a 200-mile Leaf just yet.
Can Nissan crack the code on partial autonomy?
Other tech includes augmented displays developed with DreamWorks Animation.
The latest self-driving Audi is a Q7 prototype with NVIDIA brains.
A portable, individualized profile should make VW ridesharing services more palatable.
Bose Ride suspension seating isolates passengers from road vibrations, shaking and unwanted motion.
This is the same open-source system being adopted by Toyota and other automakers.
The days of Uconnect, SYNC, Cue, and more may be numbered.