Baidu has begun mass production of China’s first fully-automated buses, and plans to bring the technology to Japan in early 2019.
Key questions about their impact on policy, cities and the environment remain unanswered.
A new patent request could create a system that analyses customers, but is it ethical?
The government announced the plans as part of creating a more eco-friendly city.
Solar-powered cars look set to be hitting the roads next year, ending the need to stop to fill up on fossil fuels or charge your electric vehicle.
China is the fastest adopter of electric vehicles worldwide, and will account for half of global sales over the next seven years.
With all European countries attempting to adhere to the Paris agreement, transport is the key area that needs attention.
Ford's new technology uses vibrations to allow the visually impaired to experience the scenery.
It's hoping the tech could be available from next year.
With the first fatal collision involving a driverless vehicle, what new rules must be established to make us safe?
Before self-driving cars take to the roads, the public needs to be shown they are safe and roadworthy.
Big data could lead to a future where cars are able to diagnose faults and repair themselves.
Within the next seven years, nearly half of the buses used by municipal transit districts will be electric.
In order to evaluate the safety of driverless cars, we need to create accurately compare the differences between human and machine.
Conflating thought experiments with reality could slow the deployment of autonomous vehicles that are reliably safer than human drivers.