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GM sues Ford claiming trademark infringement over hands-free technology’s name

General Motors said Saturday that it has sued Ford Motor Co. over the name of Ford's new hands-free driving technology: BlueCruise.

EV startup Rivian seeks second assembly plant as it closes another $2.5 billion funding...

Rivian, which pushed the production launch of its Illinois-built electric truck back to September, is already scouting locations for a second assembly plant down the road.

Review: Fashionistas might like the 2022 Infiniti QX55, but will you?

Years ago, I visited a knitting mill in the mountains of Pennsylvania, one that manufactured long underwear for different retailers. The undies were identical; the packages they went into were not. The label and the packaging determined the retail price. Appearance, not performance was the differentiator.

GM promises to leave no one behind as it moves to an all-electric future

General Motors says it wants to make sure all of its customers and its employees are included in its transition to an all-electric car company.

Tesla dealt big blow as almost all cars in China need safety fix

Tesla Inc.’s aspirations in China were dealt a major blow over the weekend after the government ordered that almost all the cars it’s sold in the nation — more than 285,000 of them — be fixed to address a safety issue.

Used-car prices are poised to peak in US after pandemic surge

The record-breaking rise in used-car prices is probably coming to an end — and with it a key driver of the recent spike in U.S. inflation.

Tesla takes top ‘American-Made’ spot from Ford in list

Tesla has knocked Ford out of the top spot in the annual ranking of which vehicles are most American.

Auto review: The redesigned 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe casts an ever-larger shadow

Hey! Who slipped the “Jumbo-Gro” in the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe’s gas tank?

Auto review: Honda Civic dons a grown-up wardrobe, but still likes to boogie

How do you improve on a home run? Hit the next one into the upper deck.

Auto review: Starter Nissan Versa is roomy, techy (just beware the gerbils)

If I were shopping for my first car today? My Neanderthal tastes haven’t progressed much since I was a 22 year old exiting college in 1984. Back then, I wanted speed, speed, speed. And some hatchback utility.

Auto review: 2022 Volkswagen Taos hits sweet spot for subcompact SUVs

After years banging its head on the wall trying to convince American drivers to buy small cars, Volkswagen tried something novel a couple of years ago: selling what we wanted, not what the German automaker felt like building.

Auto review: With V-8 power, Wrangler Rubicon 392 is King of the Jeeps

Well, you just knew the mad scientists at Stellantis had this up their sleeve. First came the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Then the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat family sedan. Followed by the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk family SUV.

First impressions: Ford’s electric F-150 Lightning offers speed, grunt and a big frunk

Eighteen months ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk threw down the electric pickup gauntlet, introducing the sci-fi Cybertruck at a Los Angeles news conference as a vision of the future.

On visit to Ford plant, Biden blasts Trump for rolling back fuel standards and...

Without mentioning his predecessor's name, President Joe Biden criticized former President Donald Trump while visiting a Ford Motor Co. plant in Dearborn, saying Trump's rollback of fuel standards delayed an inevitable move to electric vehicles.

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Tesla autopilot probed by US for emergency-vehicle crashes

The U.S. has opened a formal investigation of Tesla Inc.’s Autopilot system, citing collisions with parked emergency vehicles, according to documents posted Monday on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website.