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Cars with Autopilot in 2021

The term ‘autopilot’ has been used for decades within the aircraft industry, enabling pilots to reduce their cognitive load by allowing an aircraft to...

New Tesla Model S & X Refresh Update for 2021

June 2021 The long-awaited Model S and Model X "refresh" finally arrived in January 2021... at least on the interior. On January 27, 2021,...

Tesla Autonomous Full Self-Driving Capabilities in 2020

Tesla currently offers two autopilot features: standard Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD). Autopilot offers basic driver assistance functions including distance cruise control and...

Ghost Brings Highway-Only ‘Autopilot’ to Any Car

November 2019 - A new player in autonomous driving emerged from the shadows when startup Ghost Locomotion announced $63.7 million in funding. Rather than...

Nissan ProPilot 2.0 Goes After Tesla Autopilot

Nissan has long provided Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) with the introduction of ProPilot Assist, powered by Mobileye across a wide range of it's...

Fully Autonomous Waymo Taxis with no Safety Driver Coming Soon

Customers of Waymo ride-hailing service in suburban Phoenix, Arizona, can expect to be passengers in self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans in the near future. On...

NIO Updates NIO Pilot to Level 2 ADAS

Chinese electric car maker, and Tesla competitor, NIO updated their Advanced Driving Assist System (ADAS) called NIO Pilot to Level 2 (see What Are...

GM Cruise raises additional $1.15B for Self-Driving Robotaxis

GM Cruise LLC, the autonomous vehicle unit of General Motors, added another $1.15 billion in equity to its already growing coffers in May of...

Tesla Updates Lane Departure Safety Features

May 2019 Tesla updated its Land Departure functionality in the latest software update by releasing two new features: Lane Departure Avoidance and Emergency Lane Departure...

Tesla Hardware 3 (Full Self-Driving Computer) Detailed

After years of rumors, Tesla finally released its own AI hardware in 2019, dubbed Hardware 3.0 (or AP3) to power its full self-driving technology...