Musk's infamous tweet creates layers of litigation for TeslaNov. 16
Data shows grim picture of driving behavior near schoolsNov. 14
Elon Musk's 'Teslaquila' drink faces clash with Mexican tequila industryNov. 14
As Section 232 probe lingers, suppliers fretNov. 12
The up-in-the-air status of a U.S. Department of Commerce 232 national security investigation remains a thorn in the side of suppliers, as they brace for potential price pressures throughout the supply chain.
Stronach family feud worsens as brother Andrew sues sister BelindaNov. 6
GLARING OMISSIONOct. 29
After years of pleading from global automakers, NHTSA announced this month that it is considering a dramatic change to the long-standing rules that govern auto headlights. The change would allow automakers to install and enable adaptive driving beam headlights on new cars sold in the U.S.
New safety systems may double repair costs in minor incidents, AAA study showsOct. 25
Hyundai, Kia CEOs pledge cooperation with U.S. over firesOct. 24
The global bosses at Hyundai and Kia are still weighing a congressional call to have their top U.S. executives testify about a rash of reported noncollision fires in their vehicles as they work with regulators to address safety concerns.
Nvidia's first autonomous safety report promotes simulationsOct. 23
Ford will place next self-driving fleet in Washington, D.C.Oct. 22
Ford plans to make the nation's capital a pillar in its strategy to commercially deploy self-driving vehicles. Starting in the first quarter of 2019, the company will begin testing its autonomous-driving technology in Washington D.C.