A new California law has banned Tesla from advertising cars as "full self-driving." Self-driving technology has been at the forefront of the company's plan for some time.
Musk even said without solving Autopilot; the company is worth "basically zero." Investors hope that is not the case.
Tesla's "Driver Assistance ++" coming to a Sunshine State new you.
Sony and Honda's EV joint venture, Afeela, is set to go on sale in North America in 2026. In addition to what we expect from Sony, the car will have over 40 sensors enhancing its ability to drive autonomously safely.
We know more about Sony's contribution to the car's infotainment system than Honda's to the actual mobility.
Sony: Imagine a supercomputer-movie-theater-robot-best-friend...
Honda: ...with at least four wheels!
Porsche released a software update that, when combined with a ~$2K hardware update, cuts the charge time of the Taycan EV in half.
New customers can select the upgraded onboard charging system on Porsche's online configurator. It takes about 12 hours of labor to update the onboard equipment on existing vehicle variants.
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