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The first of four phases of Volkswagen's national plan – part of its settlement in the diesel emissions case – has been issued. Now, the public can review it and offer input.
The engines in some of those vehicles may have an increased likelihood of stalling, which could dramatically increase the risk of accidents.
Uber’s prototype was found not responsible for the crash, but further testing will be on hold until the incident is fully investigated
A Volt owner wanted to find out what happens when all power in the car is depleted. He found out that it's hard to get stuck without power when driving the Volt.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
Trump appeared this week with Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, General Motors CEO Mary Barra, and many other auto-industry executives at the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti, Mich. Here's what he did and didn't say about auto emissions rules.
In a lawsuit filed last year, AJ Vandermeyden alleged, among other things, that Tesla ignored complaints of 'pervasive harassment' of female employees and paid her less than men doing the same work.
The Chevy Bolt is really impressive. But does it measure up to a Tesla? One driver finds out.
The Trump administration promises to review Obama-era fuel-economy standards that helped spur the electric car market. But federal policies aren't all that matters.
California's DMV is considering rules that would allow self-driving cars without steering wheels and pedals to be tested on public roads, and that would do away with driver's licenses in some cases.
Tesla, SolarCity, and Kauai Island Utility Cooperative unveiled the completed solar and energy-storage facility last week. The facility can provide solar power on demand, 24 hours a day, says Tesla.
The Environmental Protection Agency's internal watchdog announced plans to confirm the agency's ability to do the job it's charged with.
Among the things to consider are the future of incentives, infrastructure, and legislation encouraging the adoption of zero-emission vehicles, primarily electric cars.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's 'ask for forgiveness, not permission' leadership style set a tone that appears to have infiltrated the entire company and drawn criticism from the outside. Recently, Uber has tried to reverse course by playing the humility game. Is it working?
Beijing's taxi fleet includes around 70,000 taxis. It would cost about $1.3 billion to convert to electric power, according to reports.
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