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Searching for parking is more painful than ever for U.S. drivers, USA Today reports.
Scott Dixon explains what sets certain racers apart.
Wells Fargo is scaling back its auto lending business in response to growing stress in the market, as well as a push for more centralized risk controls.
Elon Musk has displayed a mastery for political deals, and it will be put to the test again as states bid on a planned Tesla SUV plant.
No state has shown greater improvement in the 11-year history of CNBC's Top States rankings. In fact, no state has come even close.
The Model 3 rollout presents a huge challenge for Tesla's Elon Musk to provide service for new owners.
Once you drive an SUV, the odds are pretty good the next vehicle you buy will be an SUV.
European markets ended mostly lower on Tuesday as investors reacted to disappointing industry surveys and kept a close eye on oil.
Self-driving shuttle buses provided by a French company are operating at a University of Michigan test track, N.Y. Times reports.
Amid tough talk on trade from President Donald Trump, the flow of vehicles from Mexico has picked up momentum.
We took the Mini Cooper S Clubman ALL4 out on the roads, but came back wishing it offered a bit more.
Elon Musk said that the first production unit of the ultra-anticipated Tesla Model 3 would be coming this week, and here it is.
Some strategists say that slumping shares of Tesla could be in for even more losses.
The battle centers around Anthony Levandowski, who was deeply involved in Google's self-driving car initiative.
Tesla's releases in-transit vehicle numbers in its second quarter report after investors raise concerns.
The Bugatti Chiron is the world's most expensive and fastest production car. And CNBC got to take it for a test drive.
For the first time in the history of the North American Car of the Year, the winner will not be chosen among Detroit automakers.
Most car companies envision a gradual path to self-driving, but consumers could trust the technology too quickly, Vox reports.
With help from world champion Christopher Forsberg.
Wall Street is increasingly worried over Tesla's sales results and future competition from other automakers.