Singapore on Thursday became the first country in the world with a fully autonomous ride-sharing service offered to the public. The service is being run on a trial basis by American startup nuTonomy, which was formed by researchers at MIT.
As part of a law passed earlier this month solidifying regulations of the ride-hailing industry, Massachusetts now requires companies to contribute 5 cents of every trip to a new fund that will help modernize the taxi industry.
Mazda is recalling more than 190,000 Mazda CX-7 crossovers from model years 2007 to 2012. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that water can enter the CX-7's front suspension ball joint fittings, which can cause corrosion.
The 2017 Kia Cadenza doesn’t bring much new to the table but, it delivers a thoroughly polished feel. There’s not an element of the latest Cadenza that reminds us that, just a decade ago, Kia was building cars best described as uncouth.
Uber will employ Volvo XC90 SUVs that have been equipped with Uber's self-driving software and a host of sensors developed by Volvo. They'll include a human behind the wheel, but unless something goes seriously wrong, the driver isn't expected to do any driving.
Justice Department officials have uncovered evidence that would qualify VW's actions as criminal, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, The proposed $15 billion settlement between the autoamker and regulators is winding toward final approval.
A new feature in some of Audi’s 2017 models will tell drivers stuck at red lights how long they’ll have to wait for a green signal. This eases not only driver anxiety, but also vehicle fuel use and emissions.