Associated Press - Autoblog
76 points ahead of Vettel, he criticizes Formula One's rules.
He's optimistic about his chances at the French Grand Prix
His replacement promises greater oversight and transparency.
'We never were told precisely what was wrong with any of those proposals'
Fleets of driverless cars will launch in Japan and France.
No. 44 was disqualified for being too low.
The test will begin in September or October at one location in Houston.
It seems the series is going to start enforcing some new rules
'You better check the registration on this plate soon, mister'
Other ships urged to use extreme caution.
Drone to driver to customer — sounds like a complicated way to eat a Big Mac.
Volkswagen is neutral on the vote at its only non-union plant, but the politicians aren't.
'The other companies made the mistake of underestimating Nissan's determination to say no'
Board will meet again Wednesday; Nissan, meanwhile, floats a different idea.
Headed from Belle Isle to Buckingham Palace.
The former Nissan chairman is prevented from seeing or speaking to his wife.
Automakers, other industries, stock market, even Trump's allies are alarmed
Of course, many EVs from German automakers are just starting to roll out.