Rinspeed snaps its all-electric mobility pod into CES-ready form

Few vehicle concepts get the juices flowing like those from the tinkerers at Rinspeed, who like to tug at the strings of future mobility with crazy amphibious street machines and transparent, hard-topped sports cars. The Swiss automaker has now shared a new details about its latest concept ahead of a full reveal in CES next month, describing a two-part electric vehicle designed to be recycled and upgraded to keep pace with fast-moving automotive technologies... Continue Reading Rinspeed snaps its all-electric mobility pod into CES-ready form Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles CES 2018 Electric Vehicles Rinspeed Related Articles: Rinspeed prepares a self-driving Oasis for CES 2017 Rinspeed combines autonomous driving and drone tech in ?tos concept Rinspeed turns BMW's i8 into the self-driving, drone-docking ?tos concept

Rinspeed snaps its all-electric mobility pod into CES-ready form

Few vehicle concepts get the juices flowing like those from the tinkerers at Rinspeed, who like to tug at the strings of future mobility with crazy amphibious street machines and transparent, ...

Wed 6 Dec 17 from Gizmag

Nissan To Start Testing Self-Driving Taxis In Japan Next Year

If the future is to be filled with self-driving cars, it behooves carmakers to try and get as much testing done as soon as possible to gather data, information, and other details that will ...

Tue 5 Dec 17 from Ubergizmo

Nissan will test its self-driving taxi service in Japan next year

Nissan wants to have its fully-automated ride service on the road in Japan by the early 2020s. The plan is to start with a "public field test" for the Easy Ride service in ...

Tue 5 Dec 17 from Engadget

Nissan will kick off self-driving Leaf EV taxi service test in March

 Nissan is the latest automaker to make its autonomous vehicle testing intentions clear – it’ll begin a pilot of self-driving Nissan Leaf electric vehicles that can be hailed ...

Tue 5 Dec 17 from TechCrunch

Nissan to trial robo-taxis in Japan

Self-drive taxis will be tested in Japan next spring and could be on the roads by early 2020s.

Tue 5 Dec 17 from BBC Technology

Nissan, DeNA schedule public tests of self-driving car service in Japan next year

TOKYO (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co and Japanese gaming software maker DeNA Co said on Tuesday they would begin public tests of their self-driving ride-sharing service in Japan next year.

Mon 4 Dec 17 from Reuters Technology

Nissan begins public robo-taxi trials next year - Roadshow

In 2018, Nissan launches public trials of its new Easy Ride self-driving car taxi service.

Mon 4 Dec 17 from CNET Cutting Edge

Nissan & DeNA To Begin Public Self-Driving Taxi Service Testing In Japan In 2018

The public testing of self-driving on-demand taxi service ("ridesharing service") will commence in Japan in 2018, Nissan and its partner, the gaming software firm DeNA Co, have revealed

Tue 5 Dec 17 from CleanTechnica

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