Tesla’s CEO outlines plan to build more car models, be a player in public transportation and continue developing its Autopilot technology to a future of fully autonomous cars.
Three more states sue Volkswagen, claiming that emissions cheating with its diesel cars goes back further than was previously disclosed.
A court recently ruled that consumers can sue GM for issues related to an ignition switch recall, even though the affected cars were produced by GM before its 2009 bankruptcy.
Consumers opting for longer car-loan terms are more likely to be delinquent, a Transunion study finds.
Federal authorities deep their investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot system, while the SEC looks into a possible breach of securities laws by the automaker.
Despite bad press, 7.7 million diesel vehicles were in operation in the United States in 2015, an increase of 329,700 cars.
GMC introduces a feature that reminds drivers to check for items in the back seat as they leave their cars.
Edmunds.com analyzed car registrations to see which U.S. cities have the highest number of American brands.
The feds are investigating the 2015 Tesla Model S after a fatal crash in which the car’s Autopilot system appears to have failed.
The government warns owners of certain older Hondas and Acuras to stop driving those cars immediately because of high-risk air bags.