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Tesla pulls up short in Germany test run

One of Germany's strongest EV proponents decided to ditch his Tesla Model S because of range anxiety.

Model T rat rod gets Simcoe revved up

General Motors design chief Mike Simcoe last week took a fancy to veteran GM sculptor Todd Storrs' 1929 Ford Model T rat rod.

Ferrari leaves FCA in dust

In market cap competition, Ferrari begins to pull away from FCA.

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Subaru puts out the fire with record

Subaru avenges its flameout at this year's 24-hour Nurburgring endurance race by conquering the notoriously demanding track with a new record lap time.

Stuck in traffic again? Rise above it all

Are we getting closer to flying taxis? Last week, Germany's Volocopter received $30 million in funding to develop an electric flying taxi, with Daimler among the firms chipping in.

Sculpture at Nissan HQ honors Ghosn

A "Wheels of Innovation" sculpture at Nissan's headquarters in Japan represents the company's values and transformation under Carlos Ghosn over the past 17 years.

Toyota opens up its Texas home

Three years and $1 billion after announcing its move from California to Texas, Toyota cut the ribbon on its North American Headquarters.