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Tesla Recalls 300K Vehicles over Taillight Software Glitch

Tesla Recalls 300K Vehicles over Taillight Software Glitch

Nov 21, 2022

Tesla is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in the U.S. because a software glitch can make taillights go off intermittently, increasing the risk of a collision.

Edmunds: Cadillac CT4-Blackwing vs BMW M3 Sport Sedan Battle

Edmunds: Cadillac CT4-Blackwing vs BMW M3 Sport Sedan Battle

By Kristin Shaw | Nov 19, 2022

Cadillac's CT4-V Blackwing has a host of upgrades over the regular CT4 small sedan. It'd be hard to find a more appropriate rival than BMW's M3. Which sedan is right for you?

GM CEO Barra Says Electric Vehicles to be Profitable by 2025

GM CEO Barra Says Electric Vehicles to be Profitable by 2025

By Tom Krisher | Nov 18, 2022

General Motors says it expects its portfolio of electric vehicles to turn a profit in North America by 2025 as it boosts battery and assembly plant capacity to build over 1 million EVs per year.

Toyota Shows New Prius Hybrid with More Power, Range, Style

Toyota Shows New Prius Hybrid with More Power, Range, Style

By Yuri Kageyama and Tom Krisher | Nov 16, 2022

The new Toyota gas-electric Prius hybrid not only comes with more power, acceleration and driving range. It's also more stylish, scrapping the rather stodgy angular body for a sleekly futuristic look.

Studies Find Automatic Braking Can Cut Crashes over 40%

Studies Find Automatic Braking Can Cut Crashes over 40%

By Tom Krisher | Nov 15, 2022

Two new U.S. studies show that automatic emergency braking can cut the number of rear-end automobile crashes in half, and reduce pickup truck crashes by more than 40%.

Edmunds: Best EVs with the Longest Driving Range

Edmunds: Best EVs with the Longest Driving Range

By Michael Cantu, Edmunds | Nov 11, 2022

The term "range anxiety" has been synonymous with EVs for most of their existence, but that shouldn't be the case anymore. Many EVs can now drive about 300 miles or well north of that.

Italian EV Startup Takes on U.S., Chinese Rivals with Design

Italian EV Startup Takes on U.S., Chinese Rivals with Design

By Colleen Barry | Nov 9, 2022

Elon Musk's Tesla paved the way nearly two decades ago. Now, the global transition to fully electric vehicles is littered with startups.

California Settles with Firm in Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

California Settles with Firm in Volkswagen Emissions Scandal

By Don Thompson | Nov 8, 2022

California on Monday settled a lawsuit against a German company stemming from the emissions scandal that tarred Volkswagen in 2015 and Fiat Chrysler two years later.

Edmunds Compares: Volkswagen Arteon vs Kia Stinger

Edmunds Compares: Volkswagen Arteon vs Kia Stinger

By Michael Cantu, Edmunds | Nov 5, 2022

What if you also want a midsize sedan to be stylish and engaging to drive while also still being practical? Consider the Volkswagen Arteon and Kia Stinger.

Stellantis: Park Older Models Due to 3 Takata Air Bag Deaths

Stellantis: Park Older Models Due to 3 Takata Air Bag Deaths

By Tom Krisher | Nov 4, 2022

Stellantis and the U.S. government on Thursday warned owners of 276,000 older vehicles to stop driving them after Takata air bags apparently exploded in three more vehicles, killing the drivers.

Edmunds: Ford Lightning vs Rivian R1T

Edmunds: Ford Lightning vs Rivian R1T

By Miles Branman, Edmunds | Oct 29, 2022

The R1T has attracted both conventional truck shoppers and early adopters. Ford's all-electric F-150 Lightning achieves competitive range and power. Which truck is the better buy?

Auto Prices Finally Begin to Creep Down from Inflated Highs

Auto Prices Finally Begin to Creep Down from Inflated Highs

By Tom Krisher | Oct 28, 2022

The high prices are yielding substantial profits for most automakers despite sluggish sales. Still, many vehicles are becoming slightly more affordable.

Ford Disbands Argo AI Autonomous Vehicle Unit, Posts Loss

Ford Disbands Argo AI Autonomous Vehicle Unit, Posts Loss

By Tom Krisher | Oct 27, 2022

Ford said Wednesday that it is disbanding Argo AI, an autonomous vehicle company that it co-owns with Volkswagen.

Hyundai Breaks Ground on $5.5B Electric Car Plant in Georgia

Hyundai Breaks Ground on $5.5B Electric Car Plant in Georgia

By Russ Bynum | Oct 26, 2022

A robotic dog delivered a champagne toast as Hyundai Motor Group broke ground Tuesday on its first U.S. plant dedicated to making electric cars.

Renters Face Charging Dilemma as U.S. Cities Move Toward EVs

Renters Face Charging Dilemma as U.S. Cities Move Toward EVs

By Gillian Flaccus | Oct 25, 2022

The great transition to electric vehicles is underway for single-family homeowners who can charge their cars at home, but for millions of renters, access to charging remains a significant barrier.

Edmunds: 2023 Acura Integra vs. 2023 Mazda 3 Turbo Hatch

Edmunds: 2023 Acura Integra vs. 2023 Mazda 3 Turbo Hatch

By Kristin Shaw, Edmunds | Oct 22, 2022

Both the Acura Integra and the Mazda 3 hatchback promise driving fun at a somewhat reasonable price. Which one does it better? Edmunds compared them to find out.

11 More Crash Deaths are Linked to Automated-tech Vehicles

11 More Crash Deaths are Linked to Automated-tech Vehicles

By Tom Krisher | Oct 19, 2022

Eleven people were killed in U.S. crashes involving vehicles that were using automated driving systems during a four-month period earlier this year, according to newly released government data.

Smartphone Maker Foxconn Unveils EV for Taiwan Brand Yulon

Smartphone Maker Foxconn Unveils EV for Taiwan Brand Yulon

Oct 19, 2022

The company that assembles smartphones for Apple Inc. and other global brands unveiled an electric SUV on Tuesday that will be produced for a Taiwanese automaker under a similar contract model.

Tax the Rich for More EVs? California Democrats Split

Tax the Rich for More EVs? California Democrats Split

By Kathleen Ronayne | Oct 17, 2022

A California ballot measure that would tax the rich to help put more electric cars on the road has one notable opponent: Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Edmunds Compares the Genesis GV60 and the Tesla Model Y

Edmunds Compares the Genesis GV60 and the Tesla Model Y

By Michael Cantu, Edmunds | Oct 15, 2022

The Tesla Model Y SUV is the best-selling electric vehicle in the U.S., but a current starting price of $67,190 leaves room for competitors to undercut it. That's what Genesis hopes to do with its all-new GV60.

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