VW will be presenting a new self-driving car concept at Geneva Motor Show. I.D. Vizzion will be a fourth car in the company’s futuristic concepts. The sedan has no steering wheel or pedals.
The vehicle is electric, a part of VW’s plan to add more electric vehicles to its lineup by 2030. Vizzion will be equipped with 111kWh battery and will be able to go 660Km on a single charge.
Previous concepts included Buzz bus, Crozz and original I.D.
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Moovit raises $50 million
Public transportation app provider Moovit has raised $50 million from Intel Capital. Israel-based company’s product provides public transit information to its 120 million users in 80 countries. The plan is to use cash injection for further expansion of the company.
Moovit also hopes to collaborate with Mobileye, self-driving car technology provider acquired by Intel last year. According to the founders combination of Moovit data and Mobileye technology will help cities prepare for autonomous vehicles.
Prague launches car-sharing website
City of Prague has launched a website that aggregates car-sharing services in the city. The website was launched by the city hall and Czech Car Sharing Association. The portal allows the users to find cars from city-approved companies and book the service. Like with other aggregators the actual booking is done on the provider’s website, after signing up for the service.
There are currently four car-sharing providers on the website.
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