VW might have more problems ahead for its Dieselgate fixes, and GM is liable for some big, big lawsuits.
Just because the company went through bankruptcy doesn't mean it's automatically forgiven for all past misdeeds.
Nissan unveils its semi-autonomous driving system for Japan. Plus, Tesla rolls out a cheaper Model X and Mercedes designs a high-end golf cart. Seriously.
The IIHS tests small SUV headlights, and no one's a winner. Plus, Lyft expands its GM rental program and Tesla comes under SEC scrutiny.
Californians who want to drive for Lyft but lack the correct vehicle can soon get in on the action.
The AAA says that sometimes paying more actually is worth it. Plus, Tesla's success means good news for Panasonic and yet another Dieselgate update.
LG and VW are partnering up to make houses and cars smarter. Plus, robotic gloves and a quick rundown of the best cars and SUVs in the world.
This RoboGlove could help reduce fatigue on assembly lines -- and its benefits stretch beyond the automotive realm.
No, you haven't woken up inside a Tom Clancy novel.
If you're the type to accidentally leave living beings and perishable items inside a hot car, you need more help than a car can provide.
From CNET Magazine: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could be the biggest safety breakthrough since seat belts, air bags and antilock brakes. Are you ready?
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