Vehicular channel communication is a very important part of autonomous vehicle technology. This includes all the type of communication such as vehicle to vehicle (V2V) communication, vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) communication, and vehicle to pedestrian (V2P) communication. Vehicular communication is portrayed by a dynamic domain, high mobility, and relatively low antenna heights on vehicles and infrastructure. These attributes make vehicular propagation and channel modeling especially challenging. This research work addresses the importance of channel modeling in vehicular communications. This research work is divided into two parts, survey on current channel models, and channel simulation using Remcom Wireless Insite software. In this research work, the channel models are primarily classified based on the applications. These models are also classified based on the type of input requirements, scalability, propagation scale, and environment. This work will give a brief idea about the type of model to be used according to the application requirement. Later part includes simulation of San Diego State University environment in Remcom wireless Insite software using X3D propagation model. The simulation is performed for a single half-wave dipole antenna at different frequencies and MIMO antennas for given frequency bands here. The simulation includes a line of sight and non-line of sight conditions. Finally, the thesis is concluded with future extension work based on the generated results for autonomous vehicle technologies.