Today I’m reviewing in new Honda.
But it’s not this one.
The Pioneer 700.
I’m not reviewing the spookily clever Honda Miimo lawnmower either.
It works out a mowing schedule based on the weather forecast apparently.
Nor am I about to go bobbing about in a Honwave, no.
That’s not even on the deck chair.
Someone’s gone in for a start.
This is a bit like a sorta rubbish version of that pond rabbit.
The Impossible Dream isn’t here whether the 70s chap sort of goes around and does all the Formula
We recently coveredthat Audi was at least two years behind Tesla when it came to computing power in its and . That he admitted that publicly is a pretty big deal, but it could result in some unlikely benefits.
See, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk saw Teslarati’s coverage of Duesmann’s statement and decided to offer up assistance (sort of) to the other companies that are trying to catch up to the Big T. Specifically, on Twitter July 29 (because where else, really) he said Tesla would be willing to
Noare available today, but like it or not, they’re coming. Automakers and supplier companies around the world are hard at work developing the technology that will enable these autonomous machines. Accelerating its own efforts, German firm has set up a new supercomputer specifically for developing advanced driver-assistance technologies.
The unit in question is built around more than 50systems and has been up and running since the beginning of the year. This supercomputer dramatically increases Continental’s number-crunching capabilities.
When it comes to electric car technology, Tesla is well ahead of basically every other manufacturer. The published Friday by Automotive News., we in , and apparently, Audi CEO Markus Duesmann knows it too, according to a report
In the report, Duesmann concedes that Audi is at least two years behind the Big T when it comes to computing power in its vehicles as well as in self-driving technology, none of which is terribly surprising