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Tesla misses, again: Tesla reported its delivery numbers for the first quarter of 2018, missing its target of 2,500 Model 3 vehicles a week, even with CEO Elon Musk sleeping at the factory. The automaker said it produced 2,020 Model 3s in the last week, but remains hopeful it will hit its 5,000 unit-a-week rate by the end of the next week. Meanwhile, here's how Tesla's production progress stacks up with the rest of the industry.
- Waymo CEO says don't blame Tesla crash on self-driving technology.
- Toyota promotes chief information officer to run new mobility division.
- The former head of Colorado's Department of Transportation weighs in on autonomous vehicle safety.
- Intel sells embedded software that includes automotive systems.
- With summer just around the corner, this self-driving car camp may give your kids a leg up for future job searches.
- A Chinese tech company is in talks to acquire short-term bike rental company Mobike, and Uber reportedly has a bid out for JUMP Bikes.