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Federal Officials Confirm Defective Airbag In 2006 Ford Ranger Caused Fatality

A defective airbag manufactured by Takata has claimed another victim. ​Federal officials said Friday a Georgia man was killed on December 22 when the airbag in his 2006 Ford Ranger pickup ruptured following an accident along a South Carolina road.

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Washington, Colorado, Virginia And Oregon Also On Growing List

Georgia charges the most for EVs out of the 10 states that have imposed extra fees for electrified vehicles.

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Faraday Future remains quite secretive. The company now promises to invest $1 billion in state-of-the-art, US factory, but for now the EV maker only narrows down the potential location to California, Georgia, Louisiana, and Nevada.

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Tesla Ends Flat $100 Ranger Service Fee

Tesla customers respond to increased mobile technician fees. Nissan fuel cell car is coming in "like four to five years," says Ghosn. Georgia EV incentives end, hurting Leaf sales.

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All-Electric Car Company Talking To Four States For Upcoming Factory

Electric car company Faraday Future is talking to four states about its first factory location. Nevada is working hard to get the nod.

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FCA is appealing the already reduced $40 million judgment against the company in Georgia where a four-year-old boy died in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire.

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A Superior Court judge in Georgia has reduced the damages Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be ordered to pay to the family of Remington Walden, who died three years ago in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire.

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Soul EV Can Roam Pacific Northwest With Lots More DC Fast Chargers

Kia will add electric-vehicle charging stations at dealerships throughout Oregon, Washington, Texas, and Georgia as it gets ready to sell more Soul EVs.

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Things didn't go according to plan when a group of rebels drove their pickups down the streets of Dalton, GA, with the Confederate Battle Flag waving proudly in the wind.

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While the popular, luxury sedan runs on electricity, the Tesla Model S doesn't respond well to being struck by lightning.

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A Georgia man took a scenic drive last week straight through his living room. He admits he did it on purpose, but doesn't have a good reason why.

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Porsche has spent $100 million to open a 27-acre campus near the Atlanta international airport. The site includes a new headquarters for Porsche Cars North America and an experience center, complete with a racetrack.

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Architecture giant Gensler won the tender from among a dozen firms to design the new Mercedes-Benz USA headquarters in Atlanta, set to open its doors to a thousand employees in 2018.

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Automaker Cites California Popularity For Expansion

Kia Soul EV sales will come to Texas, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii and Georgia by June.

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The Georgia Senate approves Tesla's direct-sales model, but at a maximum of five stores in the state. West Virginia says 'no' to any direct sales by any car company.

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CEO Ralf Speth confirms that Jaguar Land Rover will eventually need an assembly plant in the US, but a number of factors mean it won't be happening quite so soon.

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State Would Spend Hundreds of Millions Of Dollars Funding Perk, Some Say

Georgia lawmakers continue to discuss eliminating $5,000 electric-vehicle tax credit.

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says that Georgia Governor Nathan Deal recently took the initiative to fly to the UK to "make prospect calls" with Jaguar-Land Rover executives, in attempt to convince the English luxury maker to build a planned US factory in his state.

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Mercedes-Benz USA will move first into a temporary facility in Dunwoody, GA before its new headquarters is ready in Sandy Springs, but will still keep some functions at its New Jersey locations.

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State Incentives Of $5,000 Have Pushed Atlanta To EV Sales Leader

Plug In America fights for Georgia to keep its $5,000 electric-vehicle incentive, says each EV saves $2,200 a year from being exported.

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Georgia Pushes Its Brand As The Center Of The Automotive South

An international real-estate company had a high-profile client that wanted to relocate its North American headquarters. The client, whose identity was confidential, narrowed the list of prospective sites to Texas, North Carolina and Georgia. Would Georgia officials be interested in a discussion?

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