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Tesla is touring Michigan with an Airstream trailer towed by the new Model X crossover -- a way to showcase its vehicles where they are unable to be sold.
Ford aims to have Level 4 autonomous cars ready for commercial use by 2021.
Why didn't the microcar brand work out as expected in the U.S., and can it succeed with just EVs?
GM plans to increase efficiency at its Arlington, Texas, assembly plant by locating suppliers closer to home with a new park, bringing jobs from Mexico into the U.S.
Over 30 new cars were vandalized at a Honda dealership in North Carolina in a scheme to remove car jacks in order to steal wheels and tires.
California legislators tightened rules requiring VW to spend a portion of clean car infrastructure funds in disadvantaged communities.
The mess at Fremont shows that in terms of managing a factory, Tesla is not at the cutting edge, but surprisingly behind the times.
When a pair of panhandlers started working the corner in front of a Michigan car dealership, the general manager tried to be understanding. Then he went viral.
Consumers are more likely to embrace the idea of self-driving vehicles if they own cars with driver-assist features.
BMW's venture capital arm has invested in Proterra, a Silicon Valley manufacturer of heavy-duty electric mass transit vehicles, Proterra said Tuesday.
In its Fremont plant, a temple of lean manufacturing, Tesla uses far more workers than NUMMI did, to build far fewer cars.
Louisiana joined the growing list of states banning Tesla's direct-to-consumer sales. And, in Michigan, Tesla is pushing forward in a court case against the state for the same restriction.
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