Automakers are all but done with the old auto-centric vision of the car.
Today, there are hundreds of companies with their own self-driving vehicles.
There are even companies that are making autonomous cars.
This year, the International Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (IAA) will vote on its new convention.
That convention is expected to set the stage for a wave of autonomous vehicles that could transform the way people live and work, and that could usher in a new era of the automobile.
This week, the Association’s President and CEO, Klaus Schwab, talked about what he thinks autonomous vehicles are going to bring.
Automakers and their suppliers have spent years developing a new vehicle platform that will allow them to put the latest technology into an automobile.
And they’ve also spent years refining the vehicles to get them to operate safely.
These are big goals.
And if we’re going to see this in the next five to 10 years, we’re probably going to have to do it on a mass scale.
We’re going into an era of huge disruption.
But how do we get there?
How do we build the cars to meet the needs of our increasingly autonomous future?
That’s what we’re exploring in this session, which takes place at the IAA’s annual convention, ICA2018, this Saturday, June 17 in Los Angeles.
The technology is here Now, let’s look at the cars that have already come online, starting with Tesla, which started selling its self-drive car in 2019.
First, Tesla is already shipping a fleet of self-driven vehicles in the United States.
It has more than 20,000 of them, and the company is planning to have more than 100,000 on the road by 2025.
As far as self-Driving vehicles go, Tesla says the technology has already been perfected.
“The technology has been validated in a number of cars,” says Tesla’s director of self help, Jonathan Blumberg.
“We’re just starting to get into some of the areas where the technology can be used.”
Blumber says Tesla has already seen a “significant improvement” in the quality of its cars, which he calls “the best in the world.”
“We think it’s the best in automotive, period,” Blumburg says.
“It’s also the best when it comes to driving.”
The next step for Tesla is to bring its technology to mass production.
And the company already has a plan.
“One of the challenges in the automotive industry is the amount of engineering required to develop new technologies,” says Blumbricht.
“You’re going through a process that takes months to years.
And you have to get the vehicle on the street, which is very time-consuming and expensive.”
Tesla is working on a new set of technologies that will enable its cars to autonomously steer themselves.
These include the software that automatically changes steering inputs when the car is turning and the sensors that automatically detect changes in the road, which could eventually allow the cars’ sensors to control the speed of the wheels.
Tesla has also developed an autonomous parking system that will work with the car to detect the presence of other vehicles on the parking lot and give them priority over other vehicles.
Another of Tesla’s self-parking systems is called the “parking lid.”
The car will use a camera to detect an opening and automatically drive itself into it, taking a photograph of the space in real time.
Tesla says it has already made millions of dollars by selling this technology, and expects it to make more in the future.
And Tesla says that the technology is “working extremely well” in some other vehicles, too.
Tesla’s cars, including its flagship Model 3, are already capable of going 90 mph, but they’re only capable of doing so for a limited period of time.
And Tesla says its next-generation electric vehicles, including the Model X, which will be released in 2021, are capable of driving at speeds up to 150 mph.
Tesla’s next-gen vehicles will be powered by the new “driverless” technology.
That means they will drive autonomously.
Tesla calls this the “driver-assist” technology, because it will allow the vehicles in its fleet to drive themselves.
And there’s more.
Tesla already has developed a system that allows cars to identify people, as well as other vehicles and objects.
Tesla hopes to get these systems into every car in its lineup by 2020.
And it’s planning to introduce a range of self assist features for those vehicles.
So, by 2025, Tesla’s vehicles will drive themselves around in cities.
What about the cars we buy?
Tesla already offers a wide range of autonomous technology to its customers.
But it’s not all about the self-help technology.
There’s also a whole suite of driver assistance systems available for customers.
These range from adaptive cruise control to lane-keeping assistance. Aut