Vehicle-to-vehicle systems allow cars to communicate to warn drivers about potential accidents and prevent crashes, The Verge reports.
Discussing transpiration regulations as self-driving cars and autonomous vehicles come to the fore, with David Kelly, Storm King Strategies and former NHTSA acting administrator and chief of staff.
Colin Rusch, Oppenheimer senior analyst, discusses the future of Tesla.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest on another crash involving a Tesla, this time a Model X.
Discussing Elon Musk's response to Tesla's fatal autopilot-related crash as well as news of an accident involving a Model X on July 1st, with Paul Argenti, Professor of Corporate Communication at the Tuck School of Business, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the trade on Tesla following the news that NHTSA is investigating the automaker's Model S over the autopilot feature.
CNBC's Phil Lebeau reports the latest on NHTSA opening an investigation into Tesla's Model S over the car's self-driving function.
CNBC's Phil Lebeau reports on NHTSA investigating Tesla's Model S due to a fatal crash that happened while using the car's self-driving mode.
Hawaii took the Japanese auto parts maker Takata to court on Friday, accusing it of covering up a deadly air bag defect.
The recall affects Quattroporte and Ghibli vehicles that were manufactured between February 1, 2013, and November 30, 2015,
The Department of Transportation announced on Monday that it will hold a public hearing on Fiat Chrysler's performance during its 20 recalls.
Hundreds of motorists have complained to the feds that the bottoms of their older-model Nissan Altimas are rusting through. NBCNews reports.
Auto recalls are adding momentum to a broad industry shift away from conventional ignition switches.
Chrysler is recalling almost 189,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos in the U.S. to fix a fuel pump problem that can cause the SUVs to stall.
Hyundai Motor said on Thursday it will launch a long-range electric vehicle with a driving range of 500 km (311 miles) per charge after 2021.
Jim Cramer says U.S. companies are making money despite Washington because business does not need politics behind it.
NAFTA negotiations around "rules of origin" could affect supply chains and raise costs.