PARIS – Future electric vehicles could sense a pedestrian and emit an exterior noise that not only would alert people on the outside of the car but also indicate if it is slowing, speeding up or braking. The sound project is one of several technologies demonstrated by PSA Peugeot Citroen at a presentation of its OpenLab network of university research departments at the auto maker’s technical center here. PSA announced last year it was building ties to six French universities, five in ...

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