honda News of 03/20/19
GM Cruise Snags Dropbox HR Head To Hire 1,000 Engineers By The End Of The Year
GM Cruise plans to hire 1,000 more engineers over the next nine months, TechCrunch has learned. It’s an aggressive move by the autonomous vehicle technology company to double its size as it pushes to deploy a robotaxi service by the end of the ...
Andreessen Horowitz Hires Its 15th General Partner
Andreessen Horowitz, a venture capital fund behind the likes of Facebook, Instagram and Groupon, has tapped David George as its newest general partner and its first top dealmaker focused on late-stage deals. George joins from General Atlantic, ...
Transportation Weekly: Polestar CEO Speaks, Tesla Terminology, And A Tribute
Welcome back to Transportation Weekly; I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch . This is the fourth edition of our newsletter, a weekly jaunt into the wonderful world of transportation and how we (and our ...
Zero Motorcycles Leads In Electric Motorcycles As BRP Scoops Up Alta’S Remains
As the mobility world awaits Harley Davidson’s EV debut, there’s plenty of motion in the e-moto startup space. Zero Motorcycles unveiled its new 110 horsepower SR/F model in New York this week, offering a 200 mile range, one hour charge ...
Check Out The First Interior View Of Honda’S Urban EV Prototype
Honda has been teasing its all-electric urban vehicle in 2017, when the automaker showed off its vision of the future — that had a distinct 1970s first generation Civic flare. Now, two years later a production version of the Urban EV is nearly ...
World’S Most Valuable AI Startup SenseTime Unveils Self-Driving Center In Japan
The world’s highest-valued artificial intelligence startup SenseTime has set foot in Japan. The Beijing-based firm announced on Friday that it just opened a self-driving facility in Joso, a historic city 50 kilometers away from Tokyo where it ...