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Here's what else is happening in the green car world.

The rules of origin about U.S. content are a huge sticking point.

The President's Advisory Council on Infrastructure will never get off the ground.

"The President's Advisory Council on Infrastructure, which was still being formed, will not move forward."

President Trump used Twitter to announce the end of two advisory forums.

"General Motors is about unity and inclusion and so am I."

But Geely says it could be a good move for other brands.

There's a national security facet to consider, and an administration taking a tough-on-China stance.

A sale to China might be in FCA's best interest, but it might not be in the United States' best interest.

A Sino-U.S.-European merger would create the first truly global auto group.

When sensing it's about to hit a pedestrian, the car would change the rigidity of its body panels, bumpers and the hood using underlying cables, rods or springs.

The administration could push a U.S.-content carveout for vehicles, one of a couple of things automakers are against.

A number of interior colors caused excess dashboard glare.

Board member Benchmark is suing former CEO Travis Kalanik.

The ghosts of its 2009 bankruptcy are haunting the new GM.

EPA is asking the public for comments on Obama-era policy.

It could put his board seat in jeopardy.

"I could have killed somebody, I could've died," says officer who crashed.

The fumes may be seeping in through holes drilled in the SUVs.

Nissan does not admit any fault under the settlement.

Fortunately the car wasn't moving.

Nissan said, "They have rejected the UAW and chosen to self-represent, continuing the direct relationship they enjoy with the company."

Researchers printed up stickers to fool machine vision into thinking a stop sign was a speed limit sign.

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