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Tesla provided an over-the-air update in July to its software on the Model S to include automatic emergency braking at highway speeds.
A year after a New York dealership won a court battle over GM's use of sales-effectiveness ratings, the ruling's impact is still reverberating across the country.
David Friedman, the former interim head of NHTSA who steered the agency through the GM recall crisis, was named to a key policy post at Consumers Union.
Tesla's Model S has been a hit and thousands pre-ordered the upcoming Model 3, but the Model X crossover hasn't met Elon Musk's expectations.
Tesla has earned back half the points it lost in Consumer Reports' vehicle rankings after deploying automatic emergency braking to its recently built EVs.
Consumers now enjoy more choices in vehicles than ever before precisely because of fuel economy standards.
Tesla needs to complete fixing its Model S sedan emergency braking system to regain Consumer Reports' top safety rating. The magazine said a recent update of the technology was not enough.
Tesla vehicles have dropped in Consumer Reports' ratings because the automaker failed to implement a safety feature that was expected to come standard.
Consumer Reports cuts Tesla ratings over missing safety feature; Uber steps up flying-car efforts; Hyundai earnings fall, Daimler raises outlook; Why Cadillac delayed Super Cruise.
In Detroit, Trump grants more time for mpg debate; 30 cities vow to buy EVs; GM to lay off 1,100, then rehire 500; Audi CEO: No repeat of diesel crisis; Ford recalls '17 Mustang.
After shifting to rotary dial shifters on some of its vehicles, Fiat Chrysler may now shift back.
Audi again tops Consumer Reports ranking, Tesla best domestic marque; U.S. inventory build-up; Peek at Mitsubishi's Eclipse Cross; Volvo loads next XC60 with safety tech.
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