Nissan is joining the worldwide race for autonomous vehicle technology, announcing plans to bring self-driving cars to market in 2022.
Electronic devices logging big rig driver hours could help the government track and ensure the safety of semi-truck operators, but could also present the drivers with problems.
A Missouri court validated Tesla’s direct-to-consumer model, a rare legal victory for the California car marker.
Advertisers and entertainment companies are taking an interest in the free time self-driving cars could provide for their passengers on the road.
Toyota is looking to low-tech dairy cow emissions to power its high-tech, zero-emissions future.
Companies including Walmart and DHL have been lining up to place orders for Tesla’s new semi-truck.
Wildly disparate valuations and massive losses for Uber leave the company in a tenuous position ahead of a hoped-for IPO
General Motors plans to launch a fleet of commercial self-driving cars in urban areas by 2019, possibly opening up a massive new revenue stream for the company.
Ford is opening a testing facility in China, a signal of its growing commitment to the world’s biggest car market.
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