Advocates for blind join U.S. push for autonomous carsJuly 19
Advocates for the estimated 1.3 million legally blind people in the U.S., and millions more with other disabilities, have joined automakers and technology companies in lobbying Congress to help spur the roll out of self-driving vehicles.
First Shift: Mich. Chevy dealership goes up in flamesJuly 19
Lincoln MKX set for 'mesh' face-liftJuly 18
Lucid Motors mulls sale after takeover talks with Ford, report saysJuly 17
Electric carmaker Lucid Motors is raising a new round of financing and is also considering an outright sale after holding early-stage takeover talks with Ford, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Imported Ford Fusions stuffed with $1 million in pot, authorities sayJuly 17
AutoNews Now: Product-lean Chrysler dips below AudiJuly 17
Doing more washing with less waterJuly 15
A factory in fluxJuly 17
Chevy pokes a hole in Ford's truck, againJuly 17
Last year, Chevrolet showed that a metal toolbox dropped into the bed of the aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 could tear the lightweight metal. Ford's new Super Duty also switched to aluminum, and now Chevy is back with the same toolbox, the same test and — you guessed it — the same results.