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The 2018 Nissan Leaf, the second generation of the five-door battery-powered hatchback, is losing some of the dramatic styling on the original model.
Waymo has hired Satish Jeyachandran, Tesla's former director of hardware engineering. Jeyachandran spent nearly seven years at Tesla before leaving earlier this year.
Tesla is in talks with record labels about creating its own music-streaming service, a person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Audi is giving moviegoers an exclusive first look at the 2018 Audi A8 on July 7 as Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters. Audi also plans to show off two other vehicles in the movie.
The ride-hailing company lost another two top executives last week, and posted a $708 million loss.
A new tool from Google aims to give digital advertisers deeper insight into the consumer's shopping journey.
An undisguised Tesla Model 3, which goes into production next month, was photographed charging outside a restaurant near Coalinga, Calif.
Waymo has traded in its koala-faced prototype for more practical wheels.
Jaguar teamed up with fellow Brit and world No. 1 tennis player Andy Murray to present its all new XF Sportbrake.
Gmail's tough spam filters can make it difficult for well-meaning dealers to get through to their customers.
Uber lost a battle to prevent Waymo from seeing an internal report the Google affiliate is betting will show that its former engineer colluded with Uber to steal driverless technology.
Toyota defended its title as the world's most valuable car brand in a new ranking, holding off BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Tesla, meanwhile, made the biggest improvement, rising two spots to No. 8.
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