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The Cadillac ATS-V manages to blend raw American power with hyper-advanced technology to create a total package that’s as lovable as it is smart.
Reports of harsh conditions and intense pressure continue to emerge from the Fremont, California, factory.
Uber is replacing the self-driving car operators with 55 so-called “mission specialists,” technical specialists trained on both on-road and test track conditions.
Tesla ditches reservations, opens up Model 3 car sales to all customers in North America
The cash-strapped Tesla is building a Chinese factory.
Telsa is planning to build large new plant in China, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
The growing demand for rechargeable batteries could lead to shortages in key materials for iPhones, laptops and electric vehicles.
"Even if it's only to a slight degree, the president will step back and claim victory," Cashin says.
Tariffs create uncertainty in the automotive industry, says former Toyota executive.
Public transit ridership has declined nationwide over the last five years, but the number of miles travelled in cars is rising and traffic congestion is getting worse. While ride-hailing threatens public transit, it is also key to its future success – but only with smart policies and the right price signals, according to three UC Davis transportation and energy scholars in The Conversation.
The looming threat of tariffs on imports is throwing a fair bit of uncertainty into annual auto sales forecasts.
European motorcycle owners care more about price than where their bikes are made, says Austin-based custom bike builder.
“Made in America” is already a pretty arbitrary label if the parts come from overseas. An economist looks at the extreme variance in US content among vehicles that are both ‘American’ and ‘foreign' in The Conversation.
"It's stuck here because there are too many shorts," or those investors betting against the stock, he says.
The Tesla CEO said reporters are publishing false or misleading articles about the carmaker.
European officials are considering holding talks on a tariff-cutting deal between the world’s largest car exporters to prevent an all-out trade war with the U.S., according to the Financial Times who cited diplomats briefed on the matter.