Month: October 2021

North America automotive green tires market to surpass $44.5 billion by 2027

According to a recent study from market research firm Graphical Research, the North America automotive green tires market size is set to register a significant growth during the forecast timeframe, due to the growing adoption of technologically advanced and sustainable automobile solutions across the region. The spiraling demand for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) is also likely to have a positive bearing on the progression of the market through the next few years.

With several initiatives made toward the reduction of environmental footprint across the North American region, automotive green tires market is expected to undergo a substantial transformation. Green tires can effectively address the need for sustainable transport solutions as they are eco-friendly and fuel efficient. They are manufactured using more than 200 ingredients and 20 rubber varieties for achieving exceptional performance, wet grip, and handling.

The accelerated demand for eco-friendly tires and green

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What’s a self-driving car? Here’s an explanation

There are no self-driving cars on sale today. Point blank. That’s the cold-hard truth. Nothing fits the bill based on the SAE Scale of Autonomy’s standard. It’s true technology and engineering has come a very long way, but based on the SAE’s standards, we’re still very far from a proper autonomous car. We’ll dive into that below.

I largely agree with former Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt’s view that “it’s a bug that cars were invented before computers.” In terms of sheer technical elegance, we never should have been at the controls in the first place. 

Imagine we hadn’t yet invented automobiles. Suppose I Iaid out a vision for using 3,300 pound machines to typically transport just our 175-pound selves in a process requiring we pay rapt attention to the use of a steering wheel and pedals to navigate roads composed of asphalt, brightly colored suggestions and poorly guided machines

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Inflation Mania: 2 Growth Stocks Riding the Boom in Car Prices

Not only is inflation running hot, it’s also the hottest topic of discussion among investors.

Rising prices on goods and services are a natural part of our economic system, but if they rise too quickly, it can disrupt consumer spending and slow the economy down. The Federal Reserve typically likes the inflation rate to hover around 2% per year, but in the 12 months ended in September, it rose by 5.4%. Some economists describe the rise as transitory, meaning it’s being caused by short-term issues like supply chain disruptions from the pandemic. But there are concerns inflation might stay higher for longer.

Used car prices, for instance, have exploded 24.4% higher over the last 12 months, with new cars up a robust 8.7% over the same period. The culprit is a shortage of crucial manufacturing components like semiconductors, which is crippling the supply of new vehicles.

Here’s how Ally

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Apple Car: Here’s what we know so far

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

Few things are confirmed about the legendary Apple Car beyond it being some sort of large-scale automotive project. As usual, the iPhone maker is being as secretive as possible — yet there have been far too many reported hires, deals, and other developments for its auto work to be purely experimental. Here’s what you need to know to get up to speed with the Apple Car.

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What is the Apple Car?

Apple Car Mockup interior

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

At its core, we know Apple Car involves some form of EV (electric vehicle). All the rumors have pointed in that direction, and gas wouldn’t make sense for a company that rides on green credentials. By the time any product hits the streets, gas will probably be seen as backwards — especially in Apple’s home

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