New A8 has self-driving capability, but laws require amendment to enable its use.
A new parliamentary group has been launched to increase awareness of the benefits and opportunities of electric and automated vehicles.
Transport for London (TfL) needs to predict and prepare for changes in technology, according to a new report published today.
An expected announcement in March on new legislation mandating the latest safety technologies has now been delayed until May.
Law firm Gowling WLG is calling for public and private sectors to be open to new ideas and ready to support new technologies when it comes to developing an infrastructure for autonomous vehicles.
Safety technology designed to avoid crashes helped the Volvo XC60 win the What Car? Safety Award, while the diesel XC40 was named What Car? Car of the Year.
Systems that mitigate driver errors and prevent accidents are now available on almost seven in 10 new cars, according to the SMMT and JATO Dynamics.
The UK must prioritise developing a clear strategy to maintain and enhance its position as one of the most advanced markets in the world for autonomous vehicles, according to research from KPMG.
Nissan North America is to collaborate with NASA Ames research centre in California’s Silicon Valley on research and technology development for future autonomous mobility services.
The Volkswagen Group has announced a strategic partnership with technology company Aurora to bring self-driving electric vehicles to cities as mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) fleets.
Hyundai plans to bring a level four autonomous car to market by 2021, following the announcement of a new partnership with technology specialist Aurora.
Kia Motors (UK) has undertaken an extensive new study, interviewing 150 fleet managers nationwide for its 2017 Fleet Market Attitudes report.
The latest stage of the GATEway research programme explores the use, perception and acceptance of automated valet parking in a complex urban environment.
Connected cars have been highlighted by UK consumers as one of the top areas for concern when it comes to products susceptible to hacking.
The Merge Greenwich project, led by global taxi giant Addison Lee, predicts that one-in-three car journeys in London could be replaced by autonomous electric vehicle ride-sharing services within a decade.
The brightest minds in industrial engineering and fleet management aim to develop the products and services required to get self-driving car fleets on the road.
Measures announced in the budget will help bring fully-driverless cars a significant step closer, says TRL.
Fuel duty has been frozen yet again, but diesel company car drivers and fleet operators will have to dig a little bit deeper from April 2018.
DRIVEN says support demonstrates that the government continues to be serious about ensuring the UK is an "amazing" place to develop autonomous vehicle technology.
Question marks remain over how self-driving cars and fully autonomous vehicles can integrate into existing transport systems.
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