Technology/R&D: Latest news and analysis articles
Continuing just-auto's series of research snapshots - pulled from its automotive research platform, QUBE - Matthew Beecham talks to executiv...
For many years, power steering technology was focused on hydraulic systems but demand is now favouring electric power steering mainly due to...
GM Europe's Mokka is one of the most successful B-SUVs in the region, but does that mean that few people are interested in a pricey Corsa? N...
Toyota's GB's 50th birthday announcement it would launch the Mirai this September attracted a lot of interest on just-auto this week, as wel...
At the opening of Ricardo's new Vehicle Emissions Research Centre (VERC), Calum MacRae sat down to discuss future powertrain developments with Ricardo's Professor Neville S. Jackson who serves as the engineering consultancy's Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.
Coatings specialist Zircotec recently announced that it had secured a number of new OEM contracts for both OE automotive and motorcycle exhaust coatings, marking a step change in the volumes its UK-based factory is now producing. Matthew Beecham spoke to managing director Terry Graham about the transition to volume manufacturing and challenges of supporting these new projects.
Driverless cars will be tested on Australian roads for the first time in November this year says the country's national independent road research agency, ARRB Group.
As the automotive supplier sector sees increasing restructuring, Delphi has announced it is positioning for growth with new acquisitions and investments in key automotive technology and product growth areas.
Ricardo has opened a new "Vehicle Emissions Research Centre" (VERC) which it says will enable the development of next-generation of clean, low carbon vehicles.
General Motors is to develop and test 22 active safety technologies across its 2016 model year US line-ups at its new US$14m proving ground near Detroit.
FCA US is, reportedly under pressure from government, conducting a voluntary safety recall to update software in approximately 1.4m US vehicles equipped with certain types of radio after it was shown this week hackers could gain control of the car.
Honda has officially opened its new Silicon Valley R&D facility, using the occasion to unveil a facelifted 2016 Accord with its first application of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
It's a recurring theme. We seem to be on the cusp of big changes that will profoundly impact car manufacturers, technology providers, component suppliers and all of us who move around - especially city dwellers.
Parking Assist? As of last night, so last decade. Now BMW has introduced remote controlled parking.
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