Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and battery electric vehicles rely on different battery recharging technologies to power controllers and the vehicle’s traction drive.
Artificial intelligence will be used to augment the driver’s ability to control the car under different operating conditions. The amount of AI software and hardware required, though, will far surpass any computer system in today’s vehicles.
Designed to recall the original Type 2 Microbus without mimicking it, a new version employs VW’s I.D. Buzz concept. The V in the bodywork calls back to the two-tone predecessor on the original Bus, but in the I.D. Buzz carries a light strip that...
Although still in development and testing, robotic and autonomous vehicle technologies are poised to eventually create manned and unmanned platforms operating in synergy with each other on the battlefield.