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Consumer Watchdog are fighting Google's self-driving car plans, because computers are fickle and humans are dumb
Tesla and GM are trading insults as the war over electric cars heats up
Cars are becoming increasingly exposed to hackers as we demand greater connectivity from our vehicles
America loves driving. It’s a fact. On average, if you gathered ten Americans together, eight would own a car. We use our cars as much...
Reactions to Tesla's "Insane Mode" will make you crave the Model S
From economy to luxury and SUVs to electric, we're sure to have a vehicle in here you'll want to own
If you do your homework, it’s easy to overcome the sales hurdles at traditional dealerships.
It’s a tale of two halves in the automotive world, this week, with David finally getting the recognition he deserves and Goliath forced to stoop...
Tesla's governmental redemption, Ford starts taking Mustang 2015 orders, GM's woes worsen
It was a week of milestones and petty in-fighting in the automotive world this past week. As one of the potential future directions of the...
At last count, there were in excess of 250 million registered vehicles on U.S. roads. Of those many millions, 172,500 gas-powered cars were destroyed by...
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Craving a slice of Tesla's automotive future, but don't have the bank account for the $62,400 sticker price? Fear not. The company's CEO Elon Musk...
Tesla has been busy on the announcement front, their latest being squarely aimed at those customers for whom money is no object. Have a Model...
Craving a slice of Tesla‘s automotive future, but don’t have the bank account for the $62,400 sticker price? Fear not. CEO Elon Musk and co....