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Volkswagen Vows to Build 22 Million E-Cars over Next Decade

Volkswagen Vows to Build 22 Million E-Cars over Next Decade

Mar 12
German automaker Volkswagen said Tuesday it plans to ramp up its production of electric vehicles over the next ten years to 22 million and reduce its carbon footprint over vehicle life cycles by 30 percent.

Tesla Walks Back Its Plan to Close Most Showrooms

Tesla Walks Back Its Plan to Close Most Showrooms

Mar 11
Tesla is walking back its plan to close most of its showrooms worldwide. The company said Monday that it's still shifting to online sales, but it won't close as many stores as originally thought.

How to Avoid Late Auto Loan Payments As Prices Rise

How to Avoid Late Auto Loan Payments As Prices Rise

By Tom Krisher | Mar 9
New vehicle prices and interest rates are on the rise, causing millions of people to fall behind on their auto loan payments.

Edmunds: Ready for A New Lease? Don't Expect 2016's Deals

Edmunds: Ready for A New Lease? Don't Expect 2016's Deals

By Matt Jones | Mar 8
A record 4.3 million Americans have vehicle leases that are ending in 2019. If you're one of them and you expect to get the same kind of deal you got in 2016, you could be in for a shock.

Autonomous Car Testing Plan Aims to Boost Public Confidence

Autonomous Car Testing Plan Aims to Boost Public Confidence

By Ramesh Santanam | Mar 7
Companies testing autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh will have to immediately report crashes resulting in any injuries as part of new guidelines announced Monday.

EPA Says 2017 Model Year Vehicle Mileage Increased Slightly

EPA Says 2017 Model Year Vehicle Mileage Increased Slightly

By Tom Krisher | Mar 7
New vehicles in the U.S. from the 2017 model year averaged slightly better gas mileage than the previous year, rising to a record 24.9 mpg, according to an annual report from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Arizona Prosecutor Says Uber Not Criminally Liable in Crash

Arizona Prosecutor Says Uber Not Criminally Liable in Crash

Mar 6
An Arizona prosecutor has determined that Uber is not criminally liable in a crash last year in which one of its self-driving SUVs fatally struck a pedestrian in suburban Phoenix.

Autoworker Upheaval: Families Split, Children Left Behind

Autoworker Upheaval: Families Split, Children Left Behind

By John Seewer | Mar 5
Hundreds of workers at four General Motors plants slated to close this year are facing a painful choice: Take the company's offer to work at another factory — possibly hundreds of miles away — or stay and risk losing their high-paying jobs.

Electrics, Compacts and SUVs Share Stage At Geneva Auto Show

Electrics, Compacts and SUVs Share Stage At Geneva Auto Show

By David McHugh | Mar 4
Carmakers are hoping to give consumers a glimpse of the future at this year's Geneva auto show as they roll out new electric cars and try to re-energize an industry facing serious challenges on several fronts.

Elon Musk Says Next Vehicle to Be Unveiled Later This Month

Elon Musk Says Next Vehicle to Be Unveiled Later This Month

Mar 4
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter that the company's next vehicle will be unveiled March 14.

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