Science helping take mobility further.
See where the future of mobility is heading.
When you think about the future, you might envision commuting to work in a self-driving electric vehicle – even one that picks you up at your door. That dream may take a few more years to come true, but in many ways, the future is already here.
As we figure out new ways to travel, we constantly try to improve our current methods – making them faster, safer, more efficient and more reliable.
Why pay for a new car every five years? It’s a big deal to dish out that kind of cash.
Immersive technology is a growing platform through which we can experience the world around us. We can use it to creatively interact with the digital and real worlds – but what does that mean?
Matthew Swift says school kids used to say his team’s solar car looked like a boat or a spaceship. He and his teammates at don’t get that comment anymore – not since introducing Penumbra.
A future where sitting back, relaxing and scrolling through your social media feed as you head out on a grocery run while your vehicle does the driving may be closer than you think.
You may remember a time when your car didn’t have GPS, heated seats and charging stations. We continue to ask for more comforts in our vehicles, but automakers also need to keep cars fuel efficient and lightweight.
Tiny glass bubbles are impacting your life in a big way … and you don't even know it.