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Suppliers are trying to move fast, but experts say they may be getting involved in messy deals that could hurt later.
In the era of Uber and ride-hailing, Toyota is turning its attention to building a better taxi that could give Tokyo's streetscape its biggest makeover in two decades.
Mazda's coming technology blitz epitomizes the rush by the Japanese carmakers to keep pace in an era of rapid change.
Mitsubishi Motors is planning to inject more than $5.35 billion in capital spending and r&d over the next three years, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
Volvo's Polestar debuts with 600-hp plug-in hybrid; Prescription for subscriptions?; A New York first for GM | Infiniti's leaner lineup; Challenges on the road to self-driving cars.
The planned tests by GM and its self-driving unit, Cruise Automation, will be the first by a Level 4 autonomous vehicle in the state, N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Toyota plans to broaden its vision of future mobility at the Tokyo Motor Show with two tiny electric runabouts that predict the driver's emotions and guide them away from danger.
Tesla has energized a wave of entrepreneurs who are trying to launch car-making ventures of their own. The odds aren't in their favor.
Argo AI, a Pittsburgh artificial intelligence company backed by Ford, has grown aggressively, but its CEO says much work remains to help Ford bring an autonomous car to market in 2021.
American Center for Mobility enlists universities and community colleges to help drive retraining and education as hedge against jobs lost to future mobility
An experimental subscription service in Atlanta lets customers switch among up to 22 models for $3,000 a month.
NXP Semiconductors introduced its S32x processing platform, which it claims has 10 times the performance of current chipsets. The platform makes over-the-air updates possible.
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