French car maker Renault has developed an "industry first" autonomous control system that can match professional test drivers on road obstacle avoidance scenarios, bringing the car makers self-driving vision closer to reality.
French car manufacturer Renault will launch a smart phone app that enables #electric vehicle (EV) owners to map charging times to benefit from #Renewable#Energy and lower electricity consumption prices.
French car manufacturer Renault will tap into the #electric vehicle (EV) and autonomous driving (AD) markets to help deliver annual revenues of more than €70bn by 2022, as part of the company's Drive the Future strategy.
On the face of it, the revelation that 500,000 VW cars in the United States were designed to cheat on diesel emissions testing doesn't seem like good news for #Air quality. And, sadly, it seems VW was not the only culprit -- a new study by Transport and Environment shows that nearly every European automaker has cheated on the diesel emission requirements.
But since 2015, when Volkswagen admitted to using a "defeat device" to circumvent US emissions regulations, a remarkable series of ...
French car manufacturer Renault has delivered its biggest UK order of #electric vehicles (EVs), after supplying 55 all-electric Renault ZOEs to rental company Europcar's UK division for use in its car hire service throughout major UK cities.
French ministers have reassured Renault owners and investors that no performance-modifying software was detected in engines of Renault vehicles following reports that fraud investigators had inspected three of the carmaker's sites.
The Evovelo cooperative presented its Mö #solar pedal car concept to the general public at the Solutions COP21 event. This innovative #Urban means of transport combines two systems: the bike and the car.
The Danish capital, on the shores of the Baltic Sea, is recognised as a model city in terms of sustainability. With #Wind farms, cycling highways and innovative heating systems, the city has long been committed to a comprehensive policy for reducing #carbon emissions. The Editorial Team take a look at its mobility initiatives.
The start-up Moovit recently carried out a survey among 13,000 public-transport users around the world to find out more about habits from country to country: for example, time spent on public transport, sources of irritation and ways in which users optimise their journeys.
Cities often mean pollution, noise and stress for their inhabitants. This is far from an irreversible situation since the development of #electric mobility would increase wellbeing in the #Urban#Environment and improve the quality of life. Studies and initiatives all over the world demonstrate the huge potential of this new form of mobility.
Bioethanol is a biofuel that is constantly reinventing itself. Researchers near Reims have thus just developed a new-generation bioethanol based on vegetable waste. The Editorial Team take a look at this discovery and the promise of this sector.
Will we be able to fly at light speed, as in Star Wars? Or criss-cross towns in flying cars, as in The Fifth Element? Or travel on a self-powered train, as in Snowpiercer? Even though we are still a long way from these scenarios, the CNAM higher #education institute in Paris set nine cartoonists a challenge: to dream up the vehicles of the future in a comic.
When children are asked to grade their parents’ driving, they give an average of eight out of ten! This is revealed by a very surprising survey undertaken by research firm Ipsos for VINCI Autoroutes, designed to answer certain questions about parents’ behaviour behind the wheel and the ways in which children perceive this. So, are all parents such model drivers?
In Madrid, just a few days before COP 21, the Spanish and Portuguese Ministers for Energy, in the company of the French Ambassador, announced the launch of the “green corridors” project. Sustainable-Mobility takes a look at the ambitions of such an announcement.
The Christmas holidays always involve a lot of trips and travelling. The infographic provided by Transport Shaker below helps us to see the sheer volume of these flows, and understand why certain means of transport are popular.
In October 2015, the Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment in the Netherlands published a study focusing on autonomous car use in the future. Four scenarios emerged from this study, although without any specifications as to time.