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Could Tesla Price Cuts Mean Demand is Slowing?

Could Tesla Price Cuts Mean Demand is Slowing?

By Tom Krisher | Jan 3
Tesla made about 9,300 more vehicles than it delivered last year, raising concerns among industry analysts that inventory is growing as demand for the company's electric cars may be starting to wane.

Edmunds: How Much Car Can You Get for $399 A Month? Plenty

Edmunds: How Much Car Can You Get for $399 A Month? Plenty

By Cameron Rogers | Dec 28
The average monthly payment for a new car is hovering around $530. Edmunds thinks you can do better than average, and here's the proof: Four vehicles that Edmunds editors rank highly and that cost about $399 a month to purchase or lease.

Report Says 16.7M Faulty Takata Air Bags Still on U.S. Roads

Report Says 16.7M Faulty Takata Air Bags Still on U.S. Roads

By Tom Krisher | Dec 25
More than three years after the government took over management of recalls involving dangerous Takata air bag inflators, one third of the recalled inflators still have not been replaced.

South Korea Fines BMW $10 Million over Several Engine Fires

South Korea Fines BMW $10 Million over Several Engine Fires

Dec 25
South Korea said Monday it will fine BMW 11.2 billion won ($9.9 million) and file a criminal complaint against the company with state prosecutors over an allegedly botched response to dozens of engine fires reported in the country.

Connected Cars Accelerate Down Data-Collection Highway

Connected Cars Accelerate Down Data-Collection Highway

By Michael Liedtke | Dec 24
That holiday trip over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house could turn into nice little gift for automakers as they increasingly collect oodles and oodles of data about the driver.

Need Some Milk? Driverless Cars Start Delivering Groceries

Need Some Milk? Driverless Cars Start Delivering Groceries

By Cathy Bussewitz | Dec 21
The nation's largest grocery chain stepped into the driverless delivery market Tuesday, bringing milk, eggs and other items to a customer's home in a vehicle with nobody at the wheel.

Uber Resumes Autonomous Vehicle Tests in Pittsburgh

Uber Resumes Autonomous Vehicle Tests in Pittsburgh

By Tom Krisher | Dec 20
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has approved Uber's request to resume testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads in the Pittsburgh area.

Edmunds: Why Pickups Are Becoming the New Family Car

Edmunds: Why Pickups Are Becoming the New Family Car

By Dan Edmunds | Dec 20
While heavy-duty pickup trucks are still common tools of the trade for contractors and people who move equipment about for a living, so-called half-ton light-duty trucks have been making a steady move toward family vehicle status.

Elon Musk Unveils Underground Tunnel, Offers Rides to VIPs

Elon Musk Unveils Underground Tunnel, Offers Rides to VIPs

By Amanda Lee Myers | Dec 19
Elon Musk unveiled his underground transportation tunnel on Tuesday, allowing reporters and invited guests to take some of the first rides in the revolutionary albeit bumpy subterranean tube.

Norway Sees Boom in Electric Cars, Fueled By the Government

Norway Sees Boom in Electric Cars, Fueled By the Government

By Mark Lewis | Dec 19
As countries around the world — including China, the world's biggest auto market — try to encourage more people to buy electric cars to fight climate change, Norway's success has one key driver: The government.

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