Editor's Notes Posts

A collection of things that have caught the eye of Automotive IQ editor, Tom Phillips.
Auto IQ’s editor examines how the global health pandemic is influencing the automotive industry and analyses insights from over 800 market experts on the road ahead
Are connected cars safe? Will autonomy ever happen? And shared vehicles? They’re a much tougher sell than previously thought. So what next?
We consider if autonomous trucks and delivery vans are the key to self-driving success, and turning all the investment into meaningful gains
Improved range and infrastructure means electric cars make more and more sense to consumers. But can they provide the same emotional connection as today’s ICE-powered cars?
From ride sharing to on-demand deliveries, to the way you buy your car, the SoftBank Vision Fund is there every step to buy its way into leading companies. But at what cost?
Column: Tires are the new black gold
Published: 2019-06-25
From e-scooters to bikes, rideshares to carpooling, there’s one factor that unifies almost all mobility solutions – the need for quality tires. But these are no longer simple black circles... tires are in the process of going beyond TPMS and becoming truly smart.
Sustainability is simply the quality of being able to continue over a period of time. However, without prioritizing this key element, both in business and with regards to the environment, the automotive industry faces an uphill struggle to ensure its long-term survival.
A look at the arguments surrounding ethics and autonomous vehicles, ranging from how far technology has come, to safety issues and who should decide exactly how a highly automated car should behave in an emergency.
We’re all in this together
Published: 2019-02-21
Autonomous car safety needs a new form of communication. Whether you’re an engineer, a policy maker, or reporting on the most exciting change to the auto industry perhaps of all time.

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