A bellwether case determined switches were dangerous but not at fault in Louisiana collision.
A federal jury found Wednesday that a General Motors car equipped with defective ignition switches were unreasonably dangerous. But the jury didn't award any damages to plaintiffs in the case, saying the ignition switch did not cause their car crash.
Senate asks industry about national testing facility, initial deployment, privacy and more.
Self-driving car executives and Congressional leaders alike warned this week that the lack of a cohesive national policy toward autonomous vehicles would hinder their development. But that wasn't their only concern.
General Motors is investing $44 million to increase capacity at its Performance Build Center in Bowling Green, KY, where it makes (and will even let you make) the engines for the Chevy Corvette Z06 and Camaro Z/28.