Oxbotica Founder & CTO Paul Newman joined Auto Futures at MOVE 2020 to talk about the development of autonomous technology since the company\'s inception in 2014 - and his vision of intelligent mobility that stems all the way back to 1996.
Kevin Czinger is the founder and CEO of Czinger Vehicles - a LA-based company that has just unveiled the 21C - a 3D printed hypercar.
The BMW Concept i4 revealed at a digital press conference
Watch media statement from Maurice Turrettini, Chairman of the GIMS Foundation Board.
Rupert Mitchell, Chief Strategy Officer of Shanghai-based WM Motors. Being a British executive in China, he gives Auto Futures an insight into the Asian market, which receives a hge amount of investment and policy support for the EV industry in China.
Lior Gerenstein is the CTO and Co-Founder of Fleetonomy.
Romain Erny is the Director, Mobility and Space at Choose Paris Region.
Tamy Ribeiro is the Chief Mobility Evangelist at Wunder Mobility
Oxbotica Founder & CTO Paul Newman joined Auto Futures at MOVE 2020 to talk about the development of autonomous technology since the company's inception in 2014 - and his vision of intelligent mobility that stems all the way back to 1996.
Apex Head of Design discusses its newly unveiled EV sportscar the AP-0
Porsche shows autonomous driving in the workshop
M. Paul Rivera talks expansion plans with Auto Futures.
Auto Futures talks with M. Paul Rivera, the CEO of ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp.
Auto Futures talks to the CEO of Arrival Denis Sverdlov and its Chief Strategy Officer Avinash Rugoobur about the investment from Hyundai and Kia.
Four friends. Four modes of transport. But who will win the ultimate mobility race?
Alejandro Agag is CEO Extreme E and Chairman Formula E.
Bolt, Europe’s largest ride-hailing platform and rival to Uber, has launched a new driver hub in Chiswick.
Auto Futures spoke to Bolt’s UK Country Manager, Sam Raciti, who discussed London’s competitive ride-hailing landscape, plans for future growth in the UK and the importance of driver support.
Following a successful six months in London, Uber rival Bolt has launched its first 'driver hub', to support current drivers and recruit new ones.
Auto Futures caught up with Samuel Raciti, Country Manager at Bolt, to discuss the largest ride-hailing platform in Europe, its relationship with Transport for London, the opportunities in the city and supporting current and new regulations.
Stay tuned for part 2, where Raciti explains the idea behind the driver hub and the importance of humanising the services.
Frank M. Rinderknecht: “The crucial step towards series production has now been taken.”
As the first company in the world, Swiss powerhouse of ideas Rinspeed demonstrated the “Snap” and the “microSNAP” at the CES in Las Vegas in the past two years, vehicles whose chassis and bodies go their own ways. With the revolutionary separation of the two vehicle components, Rinspeed confronts the increasingly diverging life cycles of hardware and software. And by doing so, creates a sustainable foundation for the transport of people and goods in the world of tomorrow.
“Our target is to fly with drones safely and efficiently." Auto Futures talked with Jan-Eric Putze, CEO of Droniq at hypermotion in Frankfurt.
Tao Liang is the Engineering Director at NIO. He talks to Auto Futures in LA about NOMI, its AI-powered in-car assistant
On long-distance routes, the Audi e-tron Sportback can charge with direct current (DC) at up to 150 kW at fast-charging stations. In just under half an hour, the battery reaches 80 percent of its capacity—sufficient for the next leg of its long-distance trip.
Brand ambassadors show their spirit of togetherness
The SEAT plant in Martorell is making progress towards its goal of becoming a more sustainable, digitalised and smart factory. SEAT is the first industrial manufacturer in Europe to have outdoor, automated guided vehicles with SLAM navigation (simultaneous localisation and mapping), 4G connection and induction battery charging. To date, eight AGVs are operating outside the production workshops at the Martorell plant to automate the transport of parts. The new vehicles join the 200 AGVs that are delivering parts inside the assembly workshops at the Martorell and Barcelona factories.
Audi and FC Bayern München are heading toward the future together: The two premium brands have been forming a strong team since 2002, and have prolonged and expanded the substance of their partnership until 2029. Audi is FC Bayern’s exclusive automobile partner. The next decade will be focused on strategic collaboration in the areas of innovative marketing and electrification. As a clear reference to this commitment, all licensed players of the record champion will receive an all-electric Audi e-tron in 2020.
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