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Ford Creates ‘Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC’

The new organization is charged with accelerating its AV business to capitalize on market opportunities.

How Will AVs Impact the North American Automotive Aftermarket?

With the advent of connected cars, the North American automotive landscape is witnessing steady change.

What’s Trending in the Global In-Vehicle Apps Market?

The in-vehicle app market is projected to grow by 12% from now through 2022. But what’s driving that growth?

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Kramer: 2018 Goodyear Customer Conference Presentation

Goodyear President & CEO Rich Kramer recently spoke at the Goodyear dealer meeting.

GM, Waymo, Daimler-Bosch Leading in Autonomous Vehicle Development

Navigant research has analyzed 19 of the major players autonomous driving and found GM, Waymo and Daimler-Bosch to be out in front.

Continental Focuses on Self-Driving Cars

German tiremaker and auto supplier Continental Ag has become entrenched in the world of autonomous driving with its recent innovations.

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Poll: 2/3 of Public Still Concerned About Driverless Cars

Self-driving cars may be the future of the auto industry, but many consumers aren’t so sure they’re ready for it.

New T-Pod Vehicle to Debut in Detroit

A truck with no driver seat? Swedish company Einride is unveiling the T-Pod at the Detroit Auto Show, an autonomous electric vehicle designed to compete with heavy-duty trucks.

Goodyear Teams Up with Tesloop in Autonomous Testing

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. is equipping Tesloop, a city-to-city mobility service that exclusively uses Tesla electric vehicles, with wireless sensors in its tires to improve overall tire management and maximize uptime for its growing fleet.

Tesloop, Goodyear Team Up to Test Tires for Future Mobility

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. teams up with California-based Tesloop Inc. to study and model tire performance based on data generated by the city-to-city mobility service.

IHS Predicts Early U.S. Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles

The United States is expected to be one of the earliest countries to deploy autonomous vehicles, according to IHS Automotive. According to IHS research, deployment will begin with several thousand autonomous vehicles in 2020. Forecasts anticipate this number to grow to 4.5 million vehicles by 2035. ”Future mobility will connect and combine many different modes