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Having cake, eating it too: People want crossovers with the mileage of sedans

Having cake, eating it too: People want crossovers with the mileage of sedans.

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The American Center for Mobility opens as region gets buried in snow and cold.

The facility is on the site of a former World War II bomber plant opened by Ford and later operated by GM.

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That's $15 million in orders in one day.

It's one of the biggest reservations for the Tesla truck so far.

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Flat Rock, Mich., plant getting $200 million investment and 150 new jobs

The move means an additional $200 million and 150 more jobs for Flat Rock.

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It can support Level 5 autonomous driving at highway speed

Velodyne announces the VLS-128 lidar system, with enough range and resolution to outperform a human.

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The Orbit is set to launch by the end of next year.

Fisker's next EV is all about the ride.

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"We will return the cities to the people"

"We will return the cities to the people."

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Robo-taxis could be "potentially bigger than our current core business, with better margins."

Robo-taxis could be "potentially bigger than our current core business, with better margins."

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Car stops for tacos and stays stopped, with reporter onboard.

Car stops for tacos and stays stopped, with reporter onboard.

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Automakers may know drivetrains and in-cabin comforts but fail at infotainment and connectivity

Here's what we appreciate, and the things that need rethinking.

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Apple breaks silence on autonomous vehicle research.

The scientists proposed a new software approach called "VoxelNet" for helping computers detect three-dimensional objects.

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For the first time, Uber would own and operate a fleet.

This builds on the companies' three-year relationship.

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The push from Foxconn is part of preparations for a new $10 billion flat-screen factory.

"Where's the autonomous vehicle lane?"

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Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

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They'll test air-traffic control systems in 2020, with the 2028 Olympics in mind.

Uber has signed a deal with NASA to develop air-traffic control systems for the low-flying, unmanned vehicles.

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Our phones can predict our lives, why not cars too?

Our phones can predict our lives, why not cars too?

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The prototype is an Infiniti Q50.

Nissan says the next generation of ProPilot will be on roads in 2020.

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Autonomous cars have to operate "safely and smoothly in all kinds of environments."

Autonomous cars have to operate "safely and smoothly in all kinds of environments."