Move comes as auto makers seek to share the huge costs of developing self-driving cars
FCA announces plans to convert Detroit engine plants into new assembly plant
Deal hinges on Detroit assembling 200 acres of land
FCA investing $4.5 billion, creating 6,500 jobs in Southeast Michigan
Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) today announced an agreement with Electrify America, LLC to provide the first all-electric Porsche, the Taycan, with three years of charging at Electrify America public stations across the country. This charging benefit will be included in the price of the Taycan. In addition, Porsche U.S. dealers will install their own fast-charge kiosks. Porsche will also offer home charging technology. Taken together, these three components will make up a comprehensive power network for the Taycan when it launches late this year.
- BorgWarner chosen once again to supply key European commercial vehicle manufacturer
- Robust 130 kW HVH e-motor offers unique durability
- World-class power density and peak efficiencies of more than 95 percent possible
Livox is shifting the marketplace for LiDAR sensors by introducing a reliable, compact, ready-to-use solution for innovators, professionals and engineers, around the world working closely with 3D sensing technology.
Level 4 autonomous driving is full self-driving automation, according to the standard classification provided by NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) of U.S., referring to a car that is designed to drive to its destination for itself without intervention of drivers.
Recently, Mando Chairman Chung Mong-Won, President Il-Hwan Tak and related researchers rode "Hockey" and successfully completed 2.7km of autonomous driving at a speed of 40km/hr in the public roads of Pangyo.