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Apple is leasing a small fleet of cars from Hertz to test self-driving technology, an agreement that echoes a larger deal between competitors Waymo and Avis.
Automakers are using tiny cameras, sensors to track drooping heads, steering wheel monitors and audible alerts to ensure drivers pay attention when using advanced driver assistance systems.
Two senators are pushing for mandatory federal standards to defend vehicles against hackers. Automakers want a more flexible approach.
Subaru's new safety technologies came in response to a very Japanese problem: Vehicle accidents involving pedestrians and seniors are more common in Japan than elsewhere.
Andrew Farah, General Motors' technology chief for autonomous vehicles, held his own on 'Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me'.
The re-engineered 2018 Toyota Camry will feature a big bump in fuel economy and horsepower with a new base engine and new 8-speed transmission.
Panasonic sees the future of solar on car rooftops. The Japanese electronics giant has started producing a 180-watt array of solar cells that can be fixed to the roof of an automobile.
We are heading into a lot of uncharted waters with autonomous vehicles. Should we be worried about Big Brother?
The deal, which focuses on radar and camera technology critical to self-driving vehicles, is "three sheets of paper," says ZF CEO Stefan Sommer.
Ford aims to have Level 4 autonomous cars ready for commercial use by 2021.
Why the gap in Grand Caravan output; Who next to lead Uber?; Tesla confirms talks on China plant; Univ. of Michigan driverless shuttle; FCA backs recall-repair push.
Blue is encroaching upon the list of most popular colors for cars, which has consisted of conservative hues white, black, and silver for more than a decade.
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