Some smart-mobility startups in Israel have suffered from the economic effects of the Coronavirus, while others have continued to flourish. Gauzy is fortunate, in one sense or another, to count itself in the latter category.
Machines are listening to what we have to say. And that includes our cars. The trouble is that cars can be noisy when they’re in motion. But at least one Israeli company is working on that problem, and it’s won the support of Korea’s largest automaker.
There aren’t a lot of automakers producing hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Only three, in the US market at least. And one of them has turned to Israeli tech to help it get an edge over the other two.
With 2018 having wound to a close, the annual sales figures are coming in for global automakers and many of the countries in which they sell. And that includes Israel, where the top marque once again is… drumroll, please….