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Daimler says it expects to bring more than 10 new electric cars to the market by 2022, bringing forward a goal it had previously set at 2025.
Ford of Canada plans to make an announcement at its Essex Engine Plant in Windsor, Ontario, on Thursday.
Toyota, perhaps with an eye on Jeep's Wrangler, will introduce an off-road concept with urban chops called the FT-4X Concept at the New York auto show.
Ford will add $350 million in new investments at two Michigan assembly plants on top of previously pledged spending.
A black production worker at Tesla filed a lawsuit claiming his job quickly turned from "a dream come true" to a nightmare when he was subjected to racial epithets.
The next-generation Nissan Leaf has been spotted testing, and spy photos indicate that the electric vehicle's styling will line up with the rest of the brand.
New spy photos give the clearest look yet at Subaru's new three-row crossover, the replacement for the discontinued and unloved Tribeca.
Stung by critical feedback in focus groups three years ago, GM decided to go in a different direction with the Chevy Equinox.
Uber says Alphabet’s own ground rules require accusations that the ride-hailing giant stole trade secrets for autonomous cars be resolved in private arbitration and not a public court.
Automotive seating supplier Adient said it will work with Boeing to explore how to improve commercial airplane seating and interiors.
The new Land Rover Discovery is one of the most important launches for Jaguar Land Rover since the brands split from Ford in 2008.
McLaren Automotive's three-seat hypercar will cost a cool 2 million pounds ($2.5 million at current exchange rates) in its home market when it launches in 2019.
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