As part of a collaboration with “Kopernikus Automotive”, Porsche demonstrated how autonomous driving can be used in the workshop on a test field on the company’s premises in Ludwigsburg. For the system, the partners rely primarily on artificial intelligence, which requires less sensor technology and reduces the costs of the technology.

Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled the bold new concept vehicle, Project Vector, as part of the company’s Destination Zero journey, offering its vision of an autonomous, electric, connected future for urban mobility.

Autonomous driving has been the buzz word in the motoring industry for a few years now, and the general formula has largely remained the same – radars, sensors and cameras scan the road ahead to enable hands-free driving. However, this system is not as precise as it could be. In poor visibility conditions, or on roads where lane markings are not detectable, for instance, the system may falter. Now, Cadillac is revolutionizing autonomous driving with its Super Cruise™, which utilizes a different approach to driver assistance technologies.

Nissan’s Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) technology will be displayed at the Mori Art Museum as part of the “Future and the Arts: AI, Robotics, Cities, Life—How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow” exhibition. Invisible-to-Visible is now a work of art! A mini version of I2V, utilizing IDS Concept mock, is being displayed at the Mori Art Museum where visitors will be able to experience what it will be like in the future to drive autonomous cars. The exhibition “Future and the Arts” at Mori Art Museum is taking place from November 19, 2019, to March 29, 2020.

Hyundai, in collaboration with Pony.ai and Via, today unveiled BotRide, a shared, on-demand, autonomous vehicle service operating on public roads. Starting on November 4, a fleet of self-driving Hyundai KONA Electric SUVs will provide a free ride-sharing service to the local community of Irvine, California.

Audi is transforming into a provider of electric mobility—a process that involves all areas of the company. After all, the brand with the four rings intends to put more than 30 electrified models on the market by 2025, which constitutes a 40 percent share in sales. In doing so, Audi is consistently pursuing the path of sustainable mobility. Accordingly, the areas of Procurement and Production are also aligning themselves more strongly with sustainability-related criteria. The skills and experiences from the development and production of the Audi e-tron will be incorporated into the upcoming projects for the all-electric models. The activities are flanked by comprehensive training and development concepts.

Jaguar honoured its role as the official Technology Partner of the 2019 Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport with the showcase of an autonomous prototype Jaguar I-PACE, giving visitors a glimpse into the future of mobility in Dubai.

The BMW Vision M NEXT shows how the future of the BMW M brand might look – in the form of an eye-catching electrified sports car.

The Nissan IMs, unveiled at the 2019 North American International Auto Show, is a completely new type of car – an “elevated sports sedan” that takes advantage of the packaging, platform and powertrain technology developed through Nissan Intelligent Mobility.

South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai is globally renowned for its pioneering vision and championing of new technologies, and at CES 2019, it reinforced that viewpoint with an incredible new vehicle.