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TOKYO — Valeo, a pioneer in commercializing lidar technology, is developing a more advanced version of its laser-emitting safety systems for debut in 2024 that promises a twelvefold increase in resolution, a tripling of range and a much wider viewing angle that can see details the human eye, cameras and radar cannot. The lidar lineup,
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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk participates in a postlaunch news conference inside the Press Site auditorium at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020, following the launch of the agency’s SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station. NASA/Kim Shiflett SpaceX founder Elon Musk said in a tweet late Thursday that “wild accusations”
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12:41 PM ET BARCELONA, Spain — Carlos Sainz is concerned about the long-term health impact of racing the latest generation of Formula One cars after experiencing intense stiffness in his neck and back after races this year. New technical regulations for 2022 have opened up the possibility of generating immense amounts of downforce from the
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Honda’s all-electric Prologue crossover is taking shape as the automaker prepares for an electrified future that targets half a million EV sales in North America by 2050. The 2024 Prologue, Honda’s first volume EV, will leverage General Motors’ Ultium platform and batteries as part of a partnership between the two automakers. Honda has said it
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Speakers in Nashville today focused on the emerging battery-electric business at the first of four Automotive News Congress events in 2022. Kunaal Mahanti of sponsor Wipro welcomes the audience. Automotive News Executive Editor Jamie Butters stands to his left. Butters’ interview with Jérémie Papin, senior vice president of Nissan Motor and chairperson of Nissan Americas,
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In this article TSLA An aerial view of the Tesla Fremont Factory on May 13, 2020 in Fremont, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images The S&P 500 booted electric vehicle maker Tesla from its ESG Index in an annual rebalancing. Meanwhile, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and even oil and gas multinational Exxon Mobil were included on
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7:21 PM ET Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato shot to the top of the speed chart late Tuesday on the first day of preparations for “The Great American Race.” Sato went 228.939 miles per hour (368.44 kph) around Indianapolis Motor Speedway to bump six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon as fastest
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