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The vehicles have been making dangerous turns through bike lanes.

This is in addition to reports of running red lights and failing to yield for pedestrians.


Volvo has solutions for the tedious parts of car ownership.


Lose a front seat, gain more infotainment and Orrefors crystal.

A proper setup for work or leisure.


Custom cars and British celebs on this episode of the Autoblog Podcast.


No dealers, connectivity – it's definitely forward-looking.


Geely’s Lynk & Co. gives us a peek at its first car.

The company and its first model are still shrouded in mystery.


Lynk & Co. will debut first in China, then Europe and the United States.

Stay tuned for all the official details on October 20.


All-new pickup reigns supreme in the Lone Star State.


Facility aims to help the company collaborate with automakers and suppliers.

Here's why it makes sense for Uber to focus on The Motor City.


Uber's self-driving vehicles have been unleashed.


New tech will be in Volvos and sold by Autoliv.

Is there a company Volvo won't partner with?


The Iron Knight set two speed records.

This massive semi would embarrass some sports cars.


Automotive news recap for 8.20.16.

Volvo and Uber partner to bring autonomous tech to market, Cadillac debuts Escala concept at Monterey Car Week, and we get our best look yet at the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.


But only in Pittsburgh, for now.

If you're in Pittsburgh next month, you'll have a chance to ride in the first of their co-developed vehicles.


It's called The Iron Knight and it's glorious.

Oh yeah, it also has roughly 4,425 pound-feet of torque.


Ex-Volvo executive Freeman Shen raised the money for his EV startup.

Because that's how things happen these days.


Volvo's flagship SUV impresses during its short stay in our fleet.


But the company still needs to find partners to support its efforts.

Volvo puts the target on its back. Can the Swedish company deliver?


The company reiterated its plans to accept liability for its autonomous products.

Volvo's CEO believes that drivers still want to drive. That's a sentiment we can really get behind.


This year marks the first time CUVs, SUVs, and minivans will compete for their own award.

There are some absurd entries in this year's competition – Rolls-Royce Dawn, anyone? – but plenty of mainstream metal. Finalists will be announced December 6.

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