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What the fate of the 'talking cars' mandate says about government and the future of connected cars.
General Motors plans to share its "vision for an autonomous future" during an investor event on Nov. 30 in San Francisco.
Car ownership alive and well, Ghosn says; Uber's new cultural norms; Early hit for robo-shuttle; Humvee builder sues over video game; Accord accumulates 141K miles, 4 million views.
Ford's top executive says cars aren't going to disappear on tomorrow's connected roadways -- as long as their brainpower can keep up.
Personal car ownership isn't going anywhere, regardless of the rise of Uber and other ride-sharing services, according to the man who may oversee more auto sales than anyone else this year.
Continental expects "strong" profit and sales in the fourth quarter as carmakers' accelerating embrace of electric and self-driving technologies boost orders at the company's core automotive business.
Carl Icahn imagines the next two decades or so of transportation the way a lot of experts do: Americans will ditch personal cars. He sees the migration playing into his hands.
How NAFTA could survive a Trump rebuff; Chevy teases 2019 Corvette ZR1; Latest peek at next Wrangler; Uber's LA flight plan; Toughening EU emissions rules.
Waymo takes driver out of 'self-driving,' Vegas tests robo-shuttle in downtown traffic, What's left for dealers?; Spied: 2019 GMC Sierra 1500, 2018 BMW X5; Supra debut through Gazoo?
Tencent Holdings has developed its own autonomous driving system, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Taxi companies waged a bitter, high-profile battle to against Uber and Lyft. Now the cabbies are adopting a if-you-can't-beat-them, join-them-strategy.
Waymo is testing self-driving vehicles without safety drivers in Arizona and plans to offer rides without a human behind the wheel to the public in the next few months.
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