Concerns over the auto-pilot and production delays aren’t hampering Model 3 hopefuls’ enthusiasm.
Autonomous cars are getting a crash course in reading—and reacting to—human emotion.
With federal self-driving car rules lacking, states have been coming up with them on their own, and the results are varied.
BMW opened a massive facility near Munich to create and test its self-driving tech as a 2021 deadline to get the cars on the road approaches.
California regulators are preparing to allow autonomous taxi testing in the Golden State, despite flagging public opinion of the technology.
Michigan’s American Center for Mobility has opened a massive test track and facility for carmakers crafting self-driving autos.
The number of Americans who believe autonomous cars are more dangerous than human drivers spiked after two fatal crashes, according to a new poll.
With demands for safety pushing the high-speed implementation of self-driving cars, it’s instructive to look at the Minicar, AKA the safest car ever built.
Tesla officials have a mountain of problems with their autonomous systems, ability to borrow cash, and production delays, all of which are cooling off the world’s hottest auto company.