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Tesla's board has historically been tightly linked to its CEO and includes, among others, his brother Kimbal Musk.
Keys have been around for thousands of years, with the oldest known locks found in the ruins of the ancient Syrian capital of Nineveh. Hyundai now offers buyers the option of using their fingerprint rendering car keys as necessary as a landline.
Dealerships around the country are motivated to clear out 2018 models and hit their annual sales goals, which can give consumers more leverage.
Ferrari and Penske could be some of 2019's top auto stocks as the companies maintain a high return on invested capital and the industry continues to see positive used-car trends, Consumer Edge Research's Jamie Albertine says.
Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly got a belated Christmas present as he was released from a Tokyo Detention Center overnight after being held for more than a month over corruption allegations.
Consumer demand for the Tesla Model 3 reduces the risk Tesla will need to raise capital in the near future, said Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives.
Tesla stock was down after the automaker cut prices in China and said it would make up the difference of a tax credit for U.S. orders that were delayed.
We tested lots of cars in 2018, here are the most disappointing cars that we tested throughout the year.
Fantastic technology, lovely road manners and a price that undercuts rivals make the 2019 Acura RDX a good option for crossover shoppers.
Car makers are trying to jolt the electric market, but an analyst explains why the death of gas cars may be exaggerated.
Detroit's biggest automaker announced plans in November to close five factories, including three assembly plants, and to cut 15 percent of its North American workforce. More than 14,000 employees are expected to lose their jobs.
Tesla's vice president of Gigafactory 1, Jens Peter Clausen, is joining Zymergen. The Softbank-funded start-up uses robots, algorithms and synthetic biology to make ingredients that go into everything from medicines and foods to foldable displays.
The company says it conducted a "top-to-bottom" audit of its safety policies.
When Ford decided to give some automotive journalists a chance to drive the all-new Ranger pickup this month, it took them up into the mountains east of San Diego where they could put the truck through what can best be described as a torture test.
Ho ho ho! The automaker is getting in on a decades-old tradition started by the North American Aerospace Defense Command in the 1950s with its own Christmas Eve Santa tracker.
Ghosn is still in custody In Japan over separate allegations related to his pay.
A Tesla caught fire Tuesday in a business parking lot in Los Gatos, according to the Santa Clara County Fire Department.
Former senior director of global sales and marketing, Dan Kim, left the electric automaker last month. His duties are being handled by other people on his team, according to a person familiar with the matter.
It would be quite a milestone for autonomous driving, and a potential comeback for Anthony Levandowski, who was the center of a legal battle between Alphabet's Waymo and Uber.
Several major stock indexes are at or nearing bear market territory, adding to mounting fears of slowing global growth.