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As cars increasingly become another "thing" in the internet of things, an ocean of data will inundate companies.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said the Jeep and Ram brands are strong enough to exist independently.
Europe's largest carmaker has tasked investment banking boutique Evercore with evaluating possible options including a sale of the thoroughbred brand.
Consumer Reports pushes Tesla on brake software upgrade.
It's taking bigger deals to get consumers to buy new vehicles.
Uber said it will be teaming up with the governments of Dallas-Fort Worth and Dubai to bring its flying taxis to those cities first, The Verge reports.
The leg downward would value the privately held company at around $50 billion, The Information reports.
The most popular driver of NASCAR announced his retirement after being plagued by concussions during the last several years.
Waymo, Google's self-driving car project will allow hundreds of people in Phoenix to take rides in the vehicles to get feedback on the experience.
Apple's hires include robotics and artificial intelligence experts it hope will boost its self-driving car push.
"The legacy of Mustang continues to grow, and in places it never reached before,” said Mark Schaller, Ford Mustang marketing manager.
New models of these SUVs are most equipped for emergencies, U.S. News & World Report.
Tesla will double the number of Supercharger stations in 2017, to expand the reach of its network and to shorten lines at existing stations.
The justices declined to review a 2016 ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that rejected GM's bid to block customer lawsuits over the defect.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said consumers could see price increases slow as crude oil costs drop.
More than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures along with big aerospace firms are taking on the dream of the flying car. NYT reports.