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Tesla started updating the software for its Autopilot system Thursday.
Major automakers escalated a fight to delay or revise the Obama administration's ambitious targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions through 2025.
A spokesman for the automaker said that McLaren "is not in discussion with Apple in respect of any potential investment."
General Motors affirms its forecast for 2016 profit of up to $6.00 per share and expects to exceed its cost-savings target of $5.5 billion by 2018.
Apple in talks with McLaren Technology Group about a potential acquisition, signaling that the iPhone maker wants to transform the car industry.
France may seek compensation from carmakers whose vehicles far exceed carbon dioxide emissions targets in normal driving.
A Tencent security team remotely accessed a Tesla Model S, and warned owners to update their software.
After tax credits are taken into account, the price of the Chevrolet's Bolt could be as little as $30,000, according to USA Today.
We are on the cusp on nothing short of a transportation revolution that will be defined by three key shifts, says Lyft president John Zimmer.
The German economy will no longer outperform the euro zone in 2017 according to a report from Morgan Stanley.
The Transportation Department is planning to publish the first-ever guidelines on how to regulate the deployment of self-driving cars tomorrow.
Southeast Asian ride-hailing company, Grab has raised $750 million in equity financing, bringing its total cash pile to over $1 billion.
The federal government is issuing new guidelines for self-driving cars telling automakers what to expect for developing automated vehicles.
Uber will soon open an office in Detroit. The office will help Uber collaborate with automakers and suppliers based in the area.
John Zimmer lays out a future where car ownership becomes a burden.
Four lawsuits allege, among other things, that both Tesla and SolarCity board members breached their fiduciary duties.