'Digital picket line' goes up, with passengers joining #UberShutDown.
Sticks to projection of delivering up to 400,000 cars this year, maybe 500,000.
This after $700 million investment from Amazon
Elon Musk says Tesla has it figured out; everyone else says no, it doesn't.
CBS Chicago is reporting that some of the missing cars have been used to commit crimes.
Watch as Mary Barra takes a ride through Times Square.
And get this: 'You can now return a car within 7 days or 1,000 miles for a full refund'
TRD Pro gets a bit of a makeover, too.
It once was part of the Packard assembly line
Munoz served as head of North America operations since 2014.
A video posted by Toyota Mexico's Twitter account showed the final car.
In spite of the accusations, 'I have a genuine love and appreciation for Nissan'
He could be released Friday: 'Things as they stand are absolutely unacceptable'
It could cost $32 million to attempt 1,000 mph.
They could end as early as 2020.