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Rimac, Maker Of Million-Dollar Hypercars, Just Launched A Robotaxi. It has no steering wheel and no pedals. There's just a giant screen inside.

The automotive industry is experiencing a pivotal shift, with vehicles morphing into highly connected, software-centric platforms. Advances in electronics, AI, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are laying the groundwork for individualized driving experiences.

Tesla is launching a distinctive data center, as indicated by a recent job posting, aiming to handle vast data from its autonomous driving tech.

In the era of digital connectivity, carmakers have relied heavily on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for in-car entertainment and functionality.

Toyota Motors Corporation has suffered another data breach due to a misconfigured cloud environment, just weeks after the company experienced a similar incident that exposed 2.15 million customers.

The automotive industry is increasingly leveraging software and data to optimize vehicle safety, performance, and revenue streams, moving beyond traditional hardware-centric models.

In a significant development for the automotive industry, Paul Whytock, a former design engineer at Ford Motor Company, reports a shift from the traditional programming languages C and C++ to Rust in automotive software.

Amid the surge in EV adoption, charging infrastructure struggles to keep pace, fueling 'Charging Anxiety.' The solution may lie in the realm of machine learning, which can predict the availability of charging stations, thus enhancing driver experienceand EV acceptance.

Unveiled by Handelsblatt, a massive Tesla leak suggests a potential cover-up of far-reaching Autopilot safety concerns and customer complaints.

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