Motorists of all ages are concerned about self-driving cars. Uber and Lyft drivers are worried about losing their jobs, while others simply doubt that computers can drive as well as humans. (Fun fact: they can. And how.)
Earlier this month, we told you about the German owner of a VW Eos who had sued Volkswagen over the company's Dieselgate lies in the hope of having VW buy back the car.
General Motors and Hyundai today separately announced plans to invest billions in their assembly plants in the United States.
From Motor Authority:
Bentley’s Continental GT is now one of the oldest models in production, with the original coupe having first appeared on the scene as far back as the 2003 Geneva auto show.
A week ago Dodge came out with the statement it’s about to unleash the Challenger SRT Demon for 2018, likely the final model year for the current generation of the muscle car icon.
Netflix may have lost out to rival Amazon in snagging former “Top Gear” hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, but the popular streaming service will soon have a celebrity-studded car show of its own.
2017 Chevrolet Silverado HD diesel engine
From Green Car Reports:
When it comes to reducing emissions, fleet operators generally have fewer options than individual buyers of passenger cars.
Tesla uses over-the-air software updates to quickly add new features to its electric cars, or to correct problems without the need for customers to bring their cars to service centers.
Despite scientists having reached a consensus years ago, considerable debate still appears to be raging over the reality of climate change.