Ford dreams of a connected-car world.
An analysis finds 11 of 13 publicly traded automakers grew staff since 2013.
Hub of transportation's past will help create transportation's future.
Audi continues to expand its Traffic Light System telematics program, adding Phoenix and Kansas City, Kan. That brings the number of U.S. cities where the vehicle-to-infrastructure technology is available to 10, with more than 2,250 intersections wired for the capability.
Volvo and GM are the first automakers to pair their vehicles with a new service from Amazon that lets owners have their packages delivered inside their cars, without them having to be there.
A new device will allow millions of older-model Ford vehicles to be upgraded to include the same connectivity perks found in newer vehicles. The FordPass SmartLink device will enable features like a 4G LTE WiFi hotspot, smartphone integration of key fob features like remote engine start, lock and unlock, vehicle health and security alerts, and vehicle location tracking.
The Oxygene is a photosynthesis tire, 3D-printed, that makes electricity.
Avis will link 5,000 rental cars wirelessly to the internet and each other in Kansas City
Partnership with Silicon Valley-based startup Smartcar opens up mobile apps ecosystem for Hyundai's entire 2018 lineup.
The car companies are all part-owners of HERE.
It could help your independent repair shop.
Baby Boomers (mostly) aren't on board.
It's among the first V2I projects of this scale in the country.
Ford SmartLink adds Wi-Fi connectivity to most Ford and Lincoln models from 2010-2016.
Bad boys, whatcha gonna do when BMW comes for you?
Toyota's Fun Vii Concept is an autonomous color changing car designed for a fully connected world.