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Jaguar Land Rover accelerates electrification plan
The news was confirmed to workers at Castle Bromwich as the production of the current XJ came to an end.
Carmaker tests heated steering wheels to help drivers pay attention
A ‘sensory steering wheel’ that can be quickly heated and cooled could tell drivers when and where to turn, when to change lanes, or when approaching an intersection.
HP drives 3D printing for the manufacturing industry
The new products and partnerships are designed to bring new levels of manufacturing predictability and quality to customers scaling to full production.
Soon you could earn cryptocurrency as you drive
Jaguar Land Rover is trialling technology that could earn drivers cryptocurrency and rewards as they travel.
Jaguar EV's new sound alert for blind pedestrians
One of the original sounds included one inspired by sci-fi spacecraft, but instead of looking at the road, pedestrians ended up looking at the sky.
Eye spy: Jaguar Land Rover trials 'eye pods' on autonomous vehicles
Some of us may wonder if we can trust one of those vehicles to stop for us when we’re crossing the road.
New self-driving vehicle tech set to make roundabouts safer
A new autonomous driving research project may help reduce the number of accidents NZ roundabouts in the future according to a local spokesperson.
Waymo and Land Rover collaborate on autonomous vehicle
The two companies aim to develop the world’s first premium self-driving electric vehicle.
Jaguar Land Rover backs self-driving taxi startup
Jaguar Land Rover has invested US$4.1 million in self-driving taxi service Voyage.
Jaguar starts testing its autonomous vehicle
The trials will explore how future connected and autonomous vehicles can replicate human behaviour and reactions when driving...
Let Jaguar take the wheel: The AI steering wheel is coming soon
Sayer, the connected steering wheel could be the only part of the car users own in the future...
Tomorrow comes today: Gorillaz help Jaguar recruit coders
"We have to attract the best talent and that requires a radical rethink of how we recruit [...] It will be the first of its kind."
Project Hero: Drones saving lives with the Red Cross
“The partnership is supporting communities around the world to become more resilient in the face of natural disasters such as monsoons."