Tesla updated its software to V.10 which has advanced summon in it. Almost immediately social media showed Teslas in parking lots, in near misses or colliding with other vehicles in one case a Tesla ran into the side of the owner’s garage. To work the driver has to be in the line of sight of the vehicle and owners “must remain responsible for the car and monitor it and its surroundings at all times.”
Along with Smart Summon, the update brings, Spotify, Netflix, Caroke, 360-view, YouTube and Hulu.
Ford announced that Austin will become its third launch market for self-driving vehicles, along with Miami-Dade County and Washington, D.C.
Ford and Austin officials believe self-driving vehicles can be part of a comprehensive mobility solution by providing wider access to transportation and more efficient goods delivery.
As Austin works towards expanding transportation options for residents, the ultimate goal is to build self-driving services in a way that complements a rich ecosystem of options.
Aptiv and Hyundai Motor Group announced that they will be forming an autonomous driving joint venture. This partnership brings together one of the industry’s most innovative vehicle technology providers and one of the world’s largest vehicle manufacturers.
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