“I really want to help young people understand the possibilities in a career. If there is something they’re passionate about they need to study and dream and work hard to achieve that,” — Ed Welburn, automobile designer.
Bell Helicopter, a major global helicopter manufacturer, unveiled an exclusive air taxi design and experience at CES.
GM files petition asking DOT permission to safely deploy self-driving Cruise AV car in 2019.
As taxis and shared cars drive more miles each year than personal-use vehicles, the payback in electrification is expected to come much faster, study finds.
The General Motors executive will be the sixth woman to receive the Black Engineer of the Year Award in its thirty-two-year history.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, chatbots, digital personal assistants, apps, big data set to provide a whole new future for travel.
Ken Washington has been named vice president, Research and Advanced Engineering, and chief technology officer of the Ford Motor Company effective June 1.
The drive of Alicia Boler-Davis to the Executive Suite at iconic American automaker General Motors and her role as a maker of history.
The future of historic, American automakers with two black artists.
Ken Washington, 2013 BEYA Emerald honoree for Research Leadership, is the new chief technical officer and vice president of Research and Advanced engineering at Ford Motor Company.