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Automakers have been adding pedestrian crash avoidance technology, but these systems are not mandatory in all vehicles.
Karl Brauer of Cox Automotive told CNBC he suspects Elon Musk is misleading people about how far along Tesla is in self-driving technology.
Tesla's executive exodus continued on Wednesday with the departure of general counsel Dane Butswinkas.
The timing of the report that Tesla may be starting a Model 3 leasing program could be a sign that falling federal credits are hurting demand for the cars, CFRA analyst Garrett Nelson says.
Tesla is experiencing the same kind of skepticism that Amazon faced in its early days, says ARK Invest chief Cathie Wood.
The Chinese electric car maker announces it has received approval to import two of its cars to the United States.
The incident raises questions about the effectiveness of an SEC fraud settlement and attempts to rein in Musk's online antics.
Tesla is "quite possibly going to get bought out" by a large tech player like Apple, according to one fund manager.
Tesla's current vice president of legal will take over Butswinka's position, effective Wednesday.
Tesla will have the technology to pick up passengers and drive them to destinations by the end of the year, said CEO Elon Musk said on a podcast with an investor.
Ford will stop selling heavy trucks in South America, a region where the automaker has long struggled.
The U.S. auto industry urged President Donald Trump's administration on Monday not to saddle imported cars and auto parts with steep tariffs.
Japanese automaker Honda confirmed Tuesday that it plans to close its Swindon car plant in the U.K., risking the loss of 3,500 jobs.
Falling car sales, sluggish retail sales data, a cooling housing market — those are all stoking fears of weakening consumer spending in China amid its slowing economy. But analysts say they're not concerned.
The U.K. lawmaker responsible for the region has appeared to confirm the move.
The manufacturing nation's employment would be the worst affected by a dip in British buying of foreign goods.