‘Green Book’ authors, Lamborghini creator to join Automotive Hall of Fame

The Automotive Hall of Fame’s 2022 inductees include the authors of a guide for Black travelers in the U.S., the creator of the iconic Lamborghini line of luxury sports cars and a pioneering female race car driver, among others receiving one of the automotive industry’s top honors.

“This year’s class of inductees continues to recognize the diversity of contributions to this industry,” Sarah Cook, president of the Dearborn-based Automotive Hall of Fame, said in a statement announcing this year’s inductees Thursday. “From manufacturing to racing, road travel to the rarest of luxury performance vehicles, this groups tells some of the most interesting and important stories of the industry, and we couldn’t be more pleased to recognize their achievements and welcome them into the Hall of Fame.”

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Induction into the hall is reserved “for noteworthy individuals whose efforts have helped shape the automotive and mobility market,” according to a news release.

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Maserati to join Formula E series in 2023


Sure it’s kind of an awkward photo, but we appreciate what it signifies: Maserati is joining Formula E.


When Formula E first debuted, it seemed a little like a gimmick — I mean, the cars couldn’t complete a race on a single charge, so they had to swap cars mid-race. Fast forward to 2022, and it appears as though electric open-wheel racing is here to stay, and the latest manufacturer to hitch itself to the series will be Maserati, according to an announcement made by the company on Monday.

Maserati will be the first Italian manufacturer to participate in the series and will go up against Teutonic toughs like Porsche and Mercedes, as well as firms like Jaguar and DS. The company plans to make its official debut in 2023 with a Gen 3 Formula E chassis, which promises to be the fastest ever.

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Cerence to Join NVIDIA, Fellow Industry Leaders to Discuss Edge AI Computing in Automotive at NVIDIA GTC 2021

Cerence to Join NVIDIA, Fellow Industry Leaders to Discuss Edge AI Computing
in Automotive at NVIDIA GTC 2021

Cerence execs to present at global voice and automotive industry events
through April and May

BURLINGTON, Mass., April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cerence Inc. (NASDAQ:
CRNC), AI for a world in motion, today announced that Cerence VP of Product
Christophe Couvreur will join leaders from NVIDIA, VMWare, and Akridata to
explore edge computing for AI and machine learning workloads in automotive at
NVIDIA GTC 21, available on demand on April 12, 2021 at 10:00 am PT.

Couvreur will join Dean Harris, Automotive Business Development, NVIDIA;
Manish Harsh, Developer Relations, Autonomous Vehicles, NVIDIA; Alexandra
Baleta, Manufacturing and Automotive Industry Director, VMWare; and Sunil
Samel, VP, Products, Akridata on this exciting panel. Together, these industry
experts will discuss near-edge compute infrastructure for latency-sensitive
apps, scale, and cost optimization.

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