Ford Motor has announced plans to begin testing autonomous vehicles in Washington, DC. The news suggests that the automaker will become the first developer to test vehicles in the capital city of the US. Ford currently has self-driving car testing programs in Detroit, Pittsburgh and Miami, which involves its $1 billion partnership with Argo AI.
Ford Motor has formed a team to speed up worldwide development of electric vehicles, whose objective will be to “think big” and “make quicker decisions,” an executive of the company stated on Monday. One objective of Ford’s “Team Edison” is to determine and develop electric-vehicle partnerships with other companies, consisting of suppliers, in some markets,
Ford Motor is investing $1 billion on the world’s self-driving vehicle future. The automaker revealed Friday that it would assign that amount over 5 years to a brand-new autonomous cars startup called Argo AI, which is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and will have workplaces in Michigan and California. Ford’s financial expense belongs to a continuing
Ford has stated it will mass-produce a fully automated self-driving car without a steering wheel by 2021. The strong passion was described by the company’s president, Mark Fields, at an event in Palo Alto, California. Ford said it would double its investment in its research centre in the city, along with making substantial financial investments