Automobile

5 Lessons Learned From Buying the Wrong Car

From the burden of needless debt to the 'shiny new thing' fallacy, why a misstep in auto purchasing can be a multi-dimensional life lesson.

Taylor Kovar

Prices for New Vehicles Hit Record High: Kelley Blue Book

"New-vehicle average transaction prices (ATPs) increased further into record territory in December 2021 to reach $47,077," said the Kelley Blue Book report published Tuesday.

The Epoch Times

Hacker, 19, Claims He Was Able to Remotely Access 25 Tesla Vehicles Worldwide Due to Software Flaw

In a series on Twitter on Tuesday, David Colombo claimed that he had been able to remotely access the vehicles and disable Sentry Mode-a feature that allows Tesla owners to monitor suspicious activities-unlock doors and windows, and start the cars without keys.

The Epoch Times

8 Tricks for Solopreneurs to Cut the Cost of Auto Insurance

Understand what personal and commercial coverages you need, factors that determine rates and discounts that save money.

Used Car Prices Surge 39 Percent Over 12 months Through November

A used car in the United States costs approximately 39 percent more than what it did a year back.

NHTSA Opens Preliminary Investigation Into Infotainment System in 580,000 Tesla Cars

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced on Dec 22. that it has opened a formal investigation into Tesla over the safety of its front center touchscreen.

The Epoch Times

Ford Teams Up With Chip Giant GlobalFoundries to Boost US Semiconductor Supply

The two companies said in a joint release that their "strategic collaboration," would expand chip supply for Ford's current vehicle lineup and entail joint research and development to address the semiconductor needs of the U.S. automotive industry more broadly.

The Epoch Times

Toyota Announces Plans for $1.3 Billion US Battery Plant, Expects to Employ 1,750 Workers

Toyota announced it will invest $3.4 billion in automotive batteries in the United States.

The Epoch Times

Global Semiconductor Chip Shortage Could See 'Painful Period' Extend Into 2022: Marvell CEO

In a forecast released Sept. 23, firm AlixPartners estimated that the shortage will cost the auto industry $210 billion globally in lost revenue in 2021.

Chip Shortage to Cost Automakers $210 Billion in Sales: Analysis

The forecast, released Sept. 23, estimates that the shortage will cost the auto industry $210 billion globally in lost revenue in 2021.

The Epoch Times

Car Rental Prices Could Double by August Amid a Nationwide Shortage: Report

Some analysts estimate prices won't drop until auto production normalizes later this year.

Euni Han

GM plans to Exclusively Sell Electric Vehicles By 2035

The largest U.S. automaker is ditching combustion for good.

Jon Fingas