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Citron Research Andrew Left is suing Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk for violating federal securities laws.
Oppenheimer reiterates its outperform rating for Tesla shares, citing confidence in the carmaker's ability to meet its third-quarter Model 3 production target.
GM and Volvo have halted U.S. imports of some of their Chinese-made cars since the Trump administration's tariffs took effect.
CEO Elon Musk crowned Tesla victor among electric vehicle automakers last month, saying his company was "1st, 2nd & 3rd in August sales" in a tweet, citing a report by InsideEVs.
Inside the campus of China's largest search engine, CNBC explores facial recognition technology where employees can pay using their face and the company's autonomous vehicle ambitions.
The popularity of cars and trucks with manual transmissions is falling sharply as fewer Americans learn how to drive them and automakers avoid making them, USA Today reports.
In an email to BuzzFeed News, Musk accuses the cave diver of being a "child rapist," in the strongest words the billionaire has had for him since calling him a "pedo" in July.
Goldman Sachs resumes coverage of Tesla with a sell rating, predicting a lower share of the electric car market.
The Santa Cruz is expected to be the lone entry into the compact pickup segment that effectively disappeared several decades ago, in part due to hefty tariffs on imported trucks.
China's electric vehicle market has seen great growth in a short period of time and will continue to grow rapidly despite Beijing's shifting subsidies, according to one expert.
Car companies are also watching to see if anything will come of a European Union proposal to eliminate tariffs on vehicles and other industrial goods.
With its balance sheet solidly in the black and a plan to double sales over the next few years on the back of new products, Aston has announced it is ready for a long-rumored IPO.
With inventories in a more healthy place and nationwide interest rates ticking up, a report from Edmunds shows that zero-percent finance deals accounted for the smallest portion of July auto sales in over 10 years.
It's that time of year when dealerships are eager to move 2018 inventory off their lots.
A Ford engine plant in London is using drones to inspect machinery, roofing and other equipment — saving time, money and improving safety.
President Donald Trump rejected an offer from the European Union to eliminate tariffs on cars if the U.S. did the same, he told Bloomberg in an interview on Thursday.
Tesla and its headline-stealing CEO Elon Musk had a wild August.
Hitch, (think dating app meets Uber) saw some success in China, but it is now under scrutiny for the death of female passengers, The New York Times reports.
CarMax shares are poised to break out because of the company's opportunity to capture more of the used car market, Morgan Stanley says.
Ford faces tough conditions both at home and abroad, and will have to spend billions reassessing its business portfolio to improve its financial health, Moody's said.