At this past Consumer Electronics Show (CES), autonomous vehicle technology developer Aptiv and its partner Lyft, offered rides in autonomous vehicles to show goers. That test has evolved into a much larger program. The two companies announced that 30 BMW 5 Series sedans equipped with Aptiv's autonomous technology will be ferrying the general public in Las Vegas.
For going on three decades, CES is the reason I don't make New Year's resolutions, like going on a diet or quitting drinking. While I realize that this is certainly a champagne problem, heading to Vegas is not my ideal way to kick off the new year. Or even end it, since I'm not a fan of Sin City. Whereas most people go to Vegas expecting to pig out on all-you-can-eat buffets and engage in all-night drinking and gambling binges, I've made the trek since 1989 to consume as much as I can about the
The crash follows a rising number of incidents involving human drivers behaving improperly or recklessly around self-driving cars.
The "DevLoop" test track is big enough for passengers.
Eli says it's "reimagining the future of urban mobility."
Construction company AECOM says the factory's foundations have been prepared.
Faraday Future once received $215 million in incentives from Nevada.
Barrett-Jackson reports sales totaling more than $32.5 million and $850,000 raised for charity at its 9th Annual auction at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
EnGoPlanet is providing Sin City with LED street lights powered by the sun and pedestrians' footsteps.
France Craft's Pixel XYT electric vehicle is really boxy but allows for a ton of customization, and apps.
Transportation engineers have started laying the groundwork for a traffic world in which cars communicate with other cars and infrastructure like bridges and traffic lights.
Mysterious Faraday Future is going to build a $1-billion electric vehicle plant outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.
A new 100-acre complex on South Las Vegas Boulevard will offer paying customers the chance to sample supercars and muscle cars on a closed circuit near America's Playground.
Senior Editor Steven Ewing takes to the American southwest in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, Challenger SRT Hellcat, and Viper GTS to see what makes these cars so great. It's an epic, 1,600-mile journey from Dallas, TX to Las Vegas, NV. Come along for the ride.