Taking a peak into the Faraday Future.
Ford becomes the latest automaker accused of lying about its diesel efficiencies.
"You're just making the impression that this is a total cover-up," the judge told Uber.
This isn't the first discrimination lawsuit the company has faced.
Disability Rights Activists say that Uber is 99.9% inaccessible to people with mobility disabilities.
Honda reiterated its position that it did not conceal knowledge of Takata defects, but instead was itself a victim of deception by Takata officials.
The lawsuit targets more than 705,000 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks with Duramax engines from 2011 to 2016 model years.
Fix per vehicle could cost as little as $100.
A faulty ignition switch in GM vehicles has been linked to 124 deaths and 275 injuries.
Waymo says it discovered the device after one of Uber's engineers was forced to admit its existence.
Transmissions and differentials overheated, triggering limp mode.
A legal wrangle erupts between the two autonomous tech companies.
The lawsuit says they there was an attempt to lure away Tesla employees.
The lawsuit alleges that the parties involved didn't provide adequate safety and let the driver operate the vehicle without insurance.
Owners can get money or vehicle upgrades.
Not that things look particularly easy moving forward...