It’s been a big week for Tesla Motors and Elon Musk, as The Boring Company pushes ahead to an underground high-speed tunnel and Model 3 deliveries begin.
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A legal victory helped propel Renesas Electronics Corp. to the head of 11 gainers in the D20 Stock Index. Plus, learn about up-and-comers Embark and Lyft.
Plus, Microsoft joins Baidu’s ‘Project Apollo’ to work on driverless cars.
The D20 Stock Index tracks the stock prices of 20 influential companies working on driverless and connected-vehicle technology.
Plus, a year-long survey of investors names Waymo, Tesla and Bosch among ‘most investible’ companies in the driverless vehicle industry.
Tesla has taken a big hit, losing 13 percent of its valuation, leading up to the release of the Model 3. Meanwhile, Baidu and TomTom enjoy strong growth.
Plus, reports indicate Congress’s discussion of driverless vehicle legislation went well last week, and it’s possible we could see some bills voted on before the end of the month.
A commercial for the new 2017 Lexus IS suggests car enthusiasts should enjoy the thrill of driving while we still can, before self-driving cars take over.
After a big drop last week, Visteon gained a whopping $3.54 per share, helping push the D20 Stock Index to a 0.6-percent gain.
Plus, former Apple engineer of 12 years, Chris Lattner, has abruptly left his position as vice president of autopilot software at Tesla Motors.
- NEW: @lyft announces plans to open up its own #selfdriving car development facility in Palo Alto, open up network:… https://t.co/oOa8016G1A about 5 hours ago from Hootsuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- NEW: @Microsoft joins #ProjectApollo by Chinese tech giant @Baidu_Inc to speed development of #driverless cars: https://t.co/zWLyyN1ww8 about 7 hours ago from Hootsuite ReplyRetweetFavorite