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Uber Self-driving Car Involved in Fatal Crash Couldn't Detect Jaywalkers
In findings from the National Transportation Safety Board, the vehicle's system failed to detect pedestrians who were not crossing in a designated crosswalk.
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Mazda's North American president explains how the relatively small brand is going up against auto giants Honda and Toyota.
Driven to Succeed: How an Entrepreneur's Love of Cars Led to a Lifetime of Success
Discover how Todd Johnson developed his multiple revenue streams ... and how he helps others do the same.
To Stand Out in a Crowded Field, the Designers of the New Chevy Blazer Asked: 'What Would a Camaro SUV Look Like?'
It's not easy to create a product that stands out, especially in a hyper-competitive segment.
Elon Musk Scrapped an 'Ironically Foolish' Idea to Save Tesla More Than 16 Hours of Production
Tesla Model 3 battery pack production decreased from 17 hours to 17 minutes after this one key change, according to the company's Q1 earnings call.
How Dodge Quietly Created the Fastest Production Car Ever Made
The Demon is the car that Dodge's engineers dreamed about having when they were kids.
Check Out the Coolest Cars and Concept Vehicles at CES 2018
The auto industry is stealing the show with smart features, self-driving and more.
Byton's CEO Shares Why His Company's 'Intuitive' Electric SUV Is the Future of Mobility
Entrepreneur spoke with Byton CEO Carsten Breitfeld.
The Auto Industry's 10 Most Disruptive Cars Since the Model T
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Why Tesla Is Opening Showrooms Where Cars Can't Be Purchased
The latest showroom is in Michigan, a state famously opposed to direct-to-consumer vehicle sales.
5 Things Every Innovator Needs to Know About America's Greatest Auto Pioneer
Henry Ford didn't invent the assembly line, but he innovated on it so well he became known for it.