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Tesla is voluntarily recalling 7,000 units of an aftermarket charging connector, after two customers reported the devices overheating.
U.S. and European companies are pouring money into autonomous driving, but the biggest markets for autonomous vehicles may be in Asia.
Volkswagen launched a new division, shifting its focus to catering for customers who prefer to pay for use rather than own a vehicle.
Used cars and trucks are getting new love as 2016 is on track for a record number of preowned vehicle sales.
All proceeds of the Ferrari auction go to earthquake recovery efforts in Central Italy, reports the Verge.
Lucid Motors has been shifting course in recent years as it hired on talent from the automotive side of the business, NBC News reports.
Apple watchers are wondering if the letter confirms the rumor that the tech giant is working on developing a self-driving car.
Pittsburgh-based Seegrid is looking to get into the autonomous car business by selling its sensor technology to automakers.
Ford said it is aware of two accidents and two injuries associated with the issue.
Nico Rosberg stunned Formula One with the shock announcement that he was retiring only days after winning his first world championship.
Brexit fears for U.K. based companies were stoked on Friday as multi-national businesses continued to eye a move abroad.
Cramer says "When you talk to bankers behind the scenes, they continue to say, look, you need your car to go to work."
Black Friday weekend helped boost November U.S. auto sales, which could catapult results this year above a record high in 2015.
Regulators are airing "significant concern" about the millions of Americans who are falling behind on their car loans. NYT reports.
General Motors stands to lose money on every Chevy Bolt it sells, shedding light on the actual profitability of electric cars overall.