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What's the Right Car for Hauling 2,000 Burritos?
Innovators

What's the Right Car for Hauling 2,000 Burritos?

Three food startups explain how they chose their fleet.
The Flying Car Might Be Your Next Company Car
Make More Happen

The Flying Car Might Be Your Next Company Car

The future is finally here.
Renault, Nissan Partner with Microsoft for Connected Car Technology
Cars

Renault, Nissan Partner with Microsoft for Connected Car Technology

The services, based on Microsoft's Azure cloud service, will include advanced navigation, predictive maintenance and over-the-air software updates.
Why Apple's Project Titan Is Not About Building a Car
Apple

Why Apple's Project Titan Is Not About Building a Car

If Cupertino was killing Project Titan, why would it bring back Bob Mansfield?
Tim Bajarin
Google Self-Driving Car Involved in Another Crash
Self-Driving Cars

Google Self-Driving Car Involved in Another Crash

The Google car was driving autonomously at the time of the crash, but was not at fault.
This App Helps Students Navigate the Road to Getting Their Driver's Licenses
Entrepreneurs

This App Helps Students Navigate the Road to Getting Their Driver's Licenses

In lieu of in-person classes, Aceable steers teens towards their driver's licenses via mobile app. Now it's expanding to industries that require professional certifications.
Lindsay Friedman
Volkswagen Modified a Beetle to Get Porsche-Like Speed
Volkswagen

Volkswagen Modified a Beetle to Get Porsche-Like Speed

A highly modified Beetle LSR reached 205mph.
GM Sets Bolt Electric Car Price at $37,495
General Motors

GM Sets Bolt Electric Car Price at $37,495

The Bolt will have a driving range of 238 miles on a full charge, substantially more than any currently available electric vehicle at a similar price.
U.S. May Seek Power to Pre-Approve Self-Driving Car Technology
Self-Driving Cars

U.S. May Seek Power to Pre-Approve Self-Driving Car Technology

The government currently allows automakers to self-certify that vehicles comply with safety standards.
Uber Eyes Facility in Detroit
Uber

Uber Eyes Facility in Detroit

Uber is now 'working with the state' on regulatory issues, according to an exec.
Lyft: Say Goodbye to Private Car Ownership by 2025
Lyft

Lyft: Say Goodbye to Private Car Ownership by 2025

John Zimmer sees ridesharing as 'the ultimate subscription service.'
I Drove Around Pittsburgh in a Self-Driving Uber
Uber

I Drove Around Pittsburgh in a Self-Driving Uber

What's surprising about riding in an autonomous car is how boring it can be.
Tesla's Musk Says New Autopilot Likely Would Have Prevented Death
Tesla

Tesla's Musk Says New Autopilot Likely Would Have Prevented Death

The update will be available within a week or two through an 'over-the-air' software update.
5 Things Every Innovator Needs to Know About America's Greatest Auto Pioneer
Make More Happen

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.
Carolyn Sun