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Toyota plans to start selling U.S. vehicles that can talk to each other using short-range wireless technology in 2021, potentially preventing thousands of accidents annually.
To work through the technical challenges of getting into the robotaxi business, Nissan has partnered with the Japanese gaming and communications company DeNA.
Tesla and the National Transportation Safety Board had a very public you're-fired-no-I-quit moment this week.
Deadly crashes involving Tesla and Uber vehicles operating entirely or in part under automated systems have made a once-abstract problem very real for auto industry lawyers.
A new report says the vehicle will start production as early as November 2019 in Fremont, Calif.
Consumer-safety advocates and autonomous-vehicle experts criticized Tesla for issuing another statement about the death of a customer that pinned the blame on driver inattentiveness.
After admitting to covering up a widespread hack that compromised the personal data of 57 million customers in 2016, Uber has agreed to an expanded settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
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One year after making its public debut, lidar startup Luminar is tackling the persistent problem of efficiently mass-producing automotive-grade sensors.
After partially faulting Tesla's automation system for a fatal crash, federal investigators last year called on carmakers to do more to keep drivers engaged as next-generation cars steer themselves.
The ride-hailing giant unveiled an updated version of its driver app in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Automakers, dealers and suppliers have two -- maybe three -- decades left before life as they know it is over, longtime automotive executive Bob Lutz says.
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