The American EV manufacturer previously supplied Mercedes with battery and powertrain tech for one model, but that's no longer the case.
After having to deal with allegedly substandard doors and the fallout from that, Tesla is not happy that an old flame is still poking around, asking for more.
NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind said at a conference that the agency will continue to work towards a legal framework to allow self-driving car development despite individual incidents.
The Automotive Grade Linux project announced the release of its Unified Code Base 2.0, implementing support for audio stream routing, rear-seat entertainment and apps.
This is the next major move for the mysterious, self-described Tesla competitor.
IHS Automotive updated (and enlarged) its self-driving car estimates after witnessing a groundswell of new developments.
The California Institute of Technology claims Apple has infringed four of its patents for improved data transmission rates and performance over Wi-Fi.
The current two-year upgrade cycle may fall victim to a softer phone market and fewer dramatic enhancements to each new model, says Japanese news site Nikkei.
J.D. Power's SafetyIQ program shows that 2016 is on pace to be a record-setting year for customer software complaints.
The company is reportedly ordering a hefty number of units from manufacturers -- significantly higher than Wall Street has been expecting.