In this episode, a garbage truck manages to be “cute and sexy”, Germany tests an emissions-free highway, an electric car contender arrives from a company that sucks.
Virgin Hyperloop One is a transportation system using mag-lev pods inside a pneumatic tube with a theoretical top speed of 600 mph currently being developed in Nevada.
OjO electric sit down scooters are looking to replace Lime and Bird with longer range and better service with a pilot program starting in New Jersey.
As we get more EVs on the road, the question becomes what do we do with old batteries. Honda is partnering with AEP to find ways of repurposing old electric car batteries.
Swedish startup Einride, has put an electric and autonomous truck into service on public roads. This is the beginning of the autonomous shipping boom.
Reviewers found, not only did Navigate execute illegal passing maneuvers, it also didn’t leave enough space during merging and lane-changes
In this episode of Ride News Now with Alison Haislip, Smart car goes away in the USA, Lyft looks to save money, and we wonder what will replace cars in the future.
Chevron and EVgo are partnering to install electric vehicle chargers at select gas stations.
New Flyer, a leader in electric mass transit is partnering with Robotic Research to create autonomous electric buses, which might be the future urban mobility
Mercedes is showing off its next generation of life saving tech with its latest Experimental Safety Vehicle based on the latest GLE plug-in hybrid
In this episode, GM ups its digital security tech, a rideshare company makes sure you get the right car, and stop signs of the future will be smart.
Nissan’s ProPilot 2 was recently unveiled and its lack of LiDAR seems to support Elon Musk’s assertion that the laser technology isn’t necessary for autonomous driving
The Rivian R1T electric truck is not just a gimmick. It showed off its abilities and a few accessories at Overland Expo West.