We don't get it in the U.S. ... yet.
Electric cars have fewer parts, take 30 percent less time to assemble.
Huzzah! You'll no longer need to watch your iPhone in the cupholder.
Proposed system uses a car's existing driver-assist sensors.
Partnership might sell autonomous Chrysler Pacificas to the public.
GM shares jumped more than 10 percent in pre-market trading.
Over-the-air update fixed ABS software issue
It has already cut way back on the stuff in cells for the Tesla Model 3.
Investors demand it of outgoing CEO: 'FCA is way behind rivals.'
Shorter repair times when Google Glasses meets a PowerPoint presentation.
Tesla is making good on its promise to improve the Model 3's braking through a firmware upgrade. Elon Musk has confirmed that a fix for the EV's inconsistent brake performance started reaching cars on May 25th. The update should reduce the braking distance by about 20 feet for "repeated heavy braking events," according to the exec. That's no doubt meant to help reviewers like those at Consumer Reports (whose less-than-flattering review prompted the update), but something tells us that drivers wo
What it costs, how far you'll go, and how it's equipped.
Uber has shut down its self-driving car operation in Arizona two months after a fatal crash involving one of its vehicles, the company said on Wednesday.
Like the weather, everyone talks about over-the-air (OTA) software updates for cars, but no one really does much about it, except for Tesla. Until now. Starting today, Here, the company known for its automotive mapping services, hopes to change this and help keep car electronics current with its new OTA Connect services.
Safety advocates ask FTC to review whether Tesla misleads customers
Not Android Auto — Android Automotive, the OS starting with Audi, Volvo
Last year, we saw Workhorse Group demonstrate its Horsefly for the first time. The Horsefly is an autonomous drone that launches from the roof of a delivery truck to take a package to its final destination. At the time, it seemed like implementation would be a long way off, but last week, Workhorse announced the its Horsefly has begun delivering packages as part of an FAA-approved pilot trial in Loveland, Ohio, near Cincinnati.
Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk admitted late on Monday there was a braking issue with the Model 3 sedan, pointed out by Consumer Reports, and said it can be fixed with a firmware update that the electric car maker will be rolling out in a few days.
The future will be cool, because it has motorcycles with jet thrusters. No, not flying motorcycles, they're still very much ground vehicles. But they're still really cool, because they could save you some nasty injuries and expensive repairs.