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Autonomous vehicle development has become highly competitive, and companies working on the technology tend to hold their plans close to the vest.
Honda said it will invest $124 million to create an aeroacoustic wind tunnel test center at the Transportation Research Center in East Liberty, Ohio.
Volkswagen plans to build another new SUV at its plant in Tennessee as demand surges for larger vehicles, the German company's top U.S. executive said on Wednesday.
Toyota plans to test a heavy-duty truck powered by a hydrogen fuel-cell system at the Port of Los Angeles as part of a feasibility study beginning this summer.
SAIC, China's biggest automaker by sales, has put off its plans to export vehicles to the U.S. due to policy uncertainties with the election of Donald Trump as president.
Nissan and electric-vehicle charging network operator EVgo are working to connect Boston to Washington through a network of nine direct current fast-charging sites.
Although U.S. auto sales are cooling, Cadillac marketing chief Uwe Ellinghaus says the nation's party isn't over.
A hazardous material spill at Tesla's Gigafactory battery plant in Nevada was being investigated by emergency workers but there were no serious injuries, the company said.
What started out as Doug Derwin's personal political protest has now morphed into a full-on public campaign to force Musk to sever all ties with President Trump.
We've never seen a U.S. strategy like the one PSA Group -- maker of Peugeots and Citroens -- has embarked on.
Volvo's recent success can be attributed to smart decisions, a tactfully handled sale by Ford, seductive vehicle design and an advantageous introduction to the world's largest car market, China.
Fiat Chrysler will move the U.S. headquarters for Maserati from New Jersey to the former Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Mich., two sources familiar with the plan said.
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