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Roughly half of adults get queasy just by reading a book as a passenger.
Two EVs will run along a route in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A focus on the likelihood of crashes, injuries, and "conflict events."
It's also available in American and Euro-spec.
Know what happens when you assume? You make an ass out of you, me, and the federal government.
Even with gas prices near their lowest point in more than a decade, Americans are still concerned about the fuel economy of their cars. More than 4 in 5 consumers say gas mileage will be an important consideration the next time they go shopping for a vehicle.
This spray-on ice repellant developed at the University of Michigan could banish the scraper from your windshield.
A national connected and autonomous vehicle testing facility is planned at the abandoned Willow Run powertrain factory. An independent trust has been tasked with cleaning the polluted old GM grounds. The 335-acre facility would be the largest of its kind.
A rising percentage of Americans are skipping the time-honored tradition of obtaining and holding a driver's license. Researchers from the University of Michigan found a decrease in the proportion of US citizens who hold licenses between 2011 and 2014.
A self-driving car now inhabits a fake city. Ford announced Friday it has become the first automaker to test an autonomous vehicle on the roads of Mcity.
Self-driving cars might be more accident prone than their conventional counterparts, but that's not necessarily their fault.
A new study released this month from the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute found that the average fuel efficiency of America's fleet has only risen by 3.6 miles per gallon in the last 92 years.
A fake city rising from the middle of a Midwestern college campus is more than a proving ground for autonomous and connected car technology expected to revolutionize American roads. It's a lynchpin in Michigan's strategy to stay economically relevant and prevent automotive technology jobs from being poached by Silicon Valley.
A study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute finds diesels are much more economical to own over three to five years than gas models.
Self-driving cars might dominate the roadways of tomorrow, but American motorists aren't ready for them today. A survey conducted by University of Michigan researchers found drivers are concerned about riding autonomous vehicles and that they're not ready to relinquish control.
The first time many Americans ride in a self-driving car, it probably won't be in a vehicle they own. It will be in one they hail with an app.