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Not since the late 90's has the North American International Auto Show buzzed with the kind of optimism industry leaders are showing in Detroit.
Uber says it will lower fares in 48 cities across the U.S. while guarantee earnings for drivers.
Mary Barra, in describing 2014, told reporters: "I didn't expect it to unfold like it did. It was clearly a tragedy and troubling."
Google's automotive ambitions may extend past self-driving cars and into insuring the cars the rest of us are still driving.
Shares of Ford Motor rose after the automaker raised its quarterly dividend by 20 percent.
Mark Hung, Vice President of wireless technologies and research at Gartner, says refinements need to be made for driverless cars to actualize and explains his concerns about the security of "internet of things."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company CEO, about the vision for the future of driving and fully autonomous vehicles.
OnStar and Progressive will launch a program next summer that could lead to insurance savings for GM drivers.
Raising the federal gas tax would fund infrastructure spending at a time when cars are more fuel efficient, AutoNation's Mike Jackson says.
Rolls-Royce sold over 4,000 cars for the first time in 2014, as its CEO told CNBC it would decide whether to release an SUV this year.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the all-electric, fully autonomous-drive F 015 Luxury in Motion vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The topic of driverless cars continues to gain momentum in the technological world. Mike Butcher, editor at large at TechCrunch, gives his thoughts, saying it's a "whole bag of worms" in terms of legislation.
Uber's "surge pricing" at peak times has sparked a firestorm of "Uber rage" on Twitter. Is there any ethical wrongdoing here?
Elon Musk is opening up on Reddit on Monday evening for a question and answer session.
Automakers reported strong December U.S. sales, boosted by falling gas prices, but analysts cautioned that growth would slow this year.
Audi allowed CNBC's Phil LeBeau to test drive the A7 with piloted driving technology, an experience that he found surprisingly normal.
A consumption tax hike may have tipped Japan into recession in 2014, but some luxury brands are immune to the doom.
Drivers who depend on diesel fuel were still paying an average of $3.21 a gallon as of Dec. 29.
Henes' new child-sized electric "supercar" will make you wish you were a kid again.
Capacity constraints and a weak market recovery set up Hyundai Motor and affiliate Kia Motors for their slowest sales expansion in 12 years.