We're zooming into the North American International Auto Show in Detroit straight off the plane from CES in Las Vegas. No rest for the tech-loving weary. Here's a look at what's making news today. -- Sharon Silke Carty
Chinese-U.S. startup Pony AI gets $112 million for self-driving car development.
Ford has a plan to electrify 16 cars by 2022.
Mercedes AMG 53 line comes with an electrified six-cylinder.
Transportation chief Elaine Chao says new self-driving car guidance is coming.
Waymo returns to San Francisco, where its self-driving car tests began.
A roundup of the announcements from CES putting Alexa into vehicles
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The website Electrek says Tesla has received another order for its trucks.
Tesla faces another lawsuit from disgruntled owners in Norway.
One reporter gets to ride in a car driven by a human sitting hundreds of miles away.
John Deere tractors come equipped with intelligent boom control.