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So Many Plug-Ins, So Little Love

Golden State residents elbow each other out for charging spaces, plug-in parking spaces.


A Stanford University professor behind the autonomous Audi racer is now doing real-world experiments to examine vital ethics questions.


Sailors recall the aftermath of the USS Cole bombing, and how it changed their outlook on their Navy duties.


Ex-EPA Officer Says Company Wanted Bonus Credits For Diesels

VW boycotted Obama's 2011 announcement of CAFE greenhouse-gas emissions standards.


Former VW Supervisory Board Chairman Ferdinand Piech looks to be one of the few people benefiting from the company's diesel emissions scandal. With Winterkorn out, two people very close to him are now running the automaker.


An analysis by the LA Times finds that the government paid out as much as $51 million in subsidies to buyers of VW's diesel models. We now know these vehicles have dishonest engine software that hides their actual emissions.


Pope Francis arrives in the US today and plans to use a modified Jeep Wrangler as his popemobile during the trip. Now, the Washington Post is looking back on the fascinating history of the ways that His Holiness gets around.


Car and Driver is digging into its archives again to collect a fantastic group of vintage ads showing off the highlights of '60s motoring.


Michael Dray, technical operations manager at the Cal State LA hydrogen refueling station, reveals the many and various challenges the new technology faces.


The price of a barrel of crude oil is at its lowest level for this time of year since 2004. AAA says pump prices should be under $2 per gallon, but that's not the case.


Tesla engineer Erin Brooks writes about her journey to feel comfortable in a male-dominated profession in a fascinating article for Fortune. She is working to make sure the experience is better for young woman today.


Once truly autonomous cars hit the road, designers are going to need to adapt auto interiors to occupants slouching around to get comfortable, according to a Stanford University researcher.


Let the record reflect: Jodie Kidd is not going to be a presenter on the reborn Top Gear. She is, however, "honored" to have been considered.


California Assembly Bill 8 lays out $200 million over 10 years to build a hydrogen superhighway. Green Car Reports looks at some of the bill's requirements.


Car and Driver has dug into its advertising archives from the '50s and pulled out some real gems. They're all worth seeing for the beautiful design and historical value.


In a roundtable discussion, Bob Lutz tries to predict the future of motoring. The result is science fiction that's based on advances of multiple technologies that already exist today.


US Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure Still Lags Japan's, Though

Toyota says California is prepping dozens of hydrogen refueling stations for October arrival of the Mirai.


In an interesting, in-depth article, Reuters alleges that Subaru's suppliers in Japan are using low-paid foreign laborers to produce parts for the Forester.


ProPublica has put together a very deep look at the past, present, and future of the federal gas tax, and why it hasn't been increased since 1993. The article is a fantastic read.


The June auto market slump in China could continue through the next few months. Some analysts are worried that the shift could damage the financials of GM and Ford, according to an interesting article from The Detroit News.


The latest member of the Edmunds long-term test fleet is a 1989 Yugo GVL, purchased in Boise, ID, for $950. No, seriously.

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