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
Brian Bautsch is the Manager of Crash Safety for American Honda Motors. He talked to Auto Futures about new developments in safety technology at the LA Auto Show.
Headquartered in Shanghai, but with a location footprint all over the world, NIO is the first Chinese brand to enter the premium car market with its ES6 and ES8 – not to mention its record-breaking EP9 hypercar.
Audi intends to be carbon-neutral on balance at all locations worldwide by 2050 at the latest. We discussed the beauty of sustainable mobility with Josef Schoen, Corporate Strategy, Audi AG.
Advance Propulsion Centre CEO Ian Constance caught up with Auto Futures at Cenex LCV last week, to discuss the UK's long-term plan to reduce emissions, the government's role in supporting the industry and the future of electrification.
In part 2 of our exclusive interview, Westfield CEO Julian Turner explains how an iconic sports car manufacturer got involved with autonomous pods, drawing similarities between the two not-so-different worlds.
The UK is becoming a technology integrator in an industry that is going through a drastic change.
That’s according to Westfield CEO Julian Turner, who believes that the region is unparalleled in terms of innovation on the world stage.
He is focused on sourcing parts locally and creating jobs, regenerating the UK’s manufacturing heritage, whilst collaborating with the government and other automakers to ensure that innovations like the Westfield pod help the area flourish.
In part 2, Brompton CEO Will Butler-Adams tells the industry to “focus on the things you’re in control of,” housing everyone under one roof and the mental and physical health benefits of the “humble bicycle.”
Brompton CEO Will Butler-Adams has been in the industry “before it was glamourous,” paving the way for micro-mobility products and services. Since then, he has seen an influx of startups enter the market and take over city streets.
Katy Medlock, Country Manager at Drivy, talks the importance of instant accessibility, going paperless and allowing customers to use shared cars as if they were their own.
Katy Medlock, Country Manager at Drivy, sat down with Auto Futures in London to discuss changing the perception of car sharing, creating a viable alternative to vehicle ownership and overcoming ‘sleeping’ cars.
The Kar-go project was recently unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK by a start-up called the Academy of Robotics. It’s an autonomous vehicle designed to solve the ‘last mile delivery problem’.
We talked to William Sachiti, the CEO and Founder of the Academy of Robotics, about the solution that promises to remove up to 90% of the cost associated with last mile delivery in urban areas.