The March 2020 issue of Automotive World Magazine leads with an inside look at Aptiv’s Las Vegas Technical Center; Megan Lampinen was guided around the facility by Karl Iagnemma, President of Aptiv Autonomous Mobility. The Vegas Tech Center is Aptiv’s fourth; it’s also home to the company’s Global Command Center, and to its largest fleet of autonomous vehicles, including the robo-taxis which it operates on public roads in partnership with Lyft.
This issue also features interviews with Arrival, Autotech Ventures, GM, Proterra, Toyota AI Ventures and Uber, as well as a look at the leading cities for future mobility, and the timeline for commercial vehicle electrification.
In this issue:
- Self-driving central: an inside look at Aptiv’s Las Vegas Technical Center
- How is GM tackling the EV charging challenge?
- EVs need better economics for ride-hailing fleets to electrify, says Uber
- Which cities are tomorrow’s mobility leaders?
- INTERVIEW: Patrick Bion, Chief of Product, Arrival
- Isuzu targets scale and expertise through tie-ups
- What do the 2020s hold for HMI and the user experience?
- The electric mass transit expert that’s building more than just buses
- The timeline to commercial vehicle electrification: hard stop 2050?
- How will passengers interact with autonomous shuttles?
- Future mobility start-ups must target ‘pain points’ says VC firm
- LNG could help trucks hit EU 2030 target, but long-term future uncertain
- We need electric vans, say mobility service providers
- INTERVIEW: Jim Adler, Founding Managing Director, Toyota AI Ventures