This Week's Top Advanced Vehicle Design News
April 8, 2020—ADAPT is focusing on the autonomous vehicle in the month of April and how designs for autonomous cars shape the future of repairs.
Bob Redding, Washington, D.C., representative for the Automotive Service Association (ASA), expands upon an earlier ADAPT story on vehicle data access laws in this week's podcast.
While it’s no surprise that advanced safety features in vehicles drive up the cost of car repairs, more information has come out in recent months detailing just how much of an impact those features make on cost—and the impact on consumers.
A recent study from savvysleeper, a platform run by writers and sleep experts with a passion related to getting a better night's sleep, shows drivers prefer control over convenience.
General Motors and Honda have partnered to produce two electric cars powered by General Motors' Ultium batteries.
While Ford designers have used virtual reality in the past, with the shelter in place orders, the team of Ford designers are relying on virtual reality headsets to monitor the progress of vehicle design.