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This week, a political battle is brewing in New York, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just won't go away and researchers are dressing up like car seats.
Which of these is the better buy? In the green-car market, any long-range, battery-powered vehicle has to compete on the smallest of details and specs.
Tesla dominated the week's conversation, but we've got more from carmaker anxiety in Traverse City, legislative deliberation in Washington D.C. and a hubris-check in Silicon Valley.
Federal legislation would allow hundreds of thousands of self-driving cars on public roads while the technologies still in development. Don't freak out.
Caught skipping out on transportation Twitter? We've been there. Here's our round-up of the best insights, strange news and everything else to catch-up on this weekend.
This week Mobility Report discusses if Lyft deserved the ire of the internet when it touted a new service suspiciously similar to traditional, fixed-route buses.
In our first reading group, we talk Tesla, CEO Elon Musk, the Model 3 and what needs to happen to make the company worth its valuation.
The deal, which focuses on radar and camera technology critical to self-driving vehicles, is "three sheets of paper," says ZF CEO Stefan Sommer.
Sometimes inventors need to get a little silly with their experiments.
ZF said it is collaborating with fellow German component supplier Hella to develop radar and camera technology in a bid to bolster its autonomous system portfolio.
Can mobility be for everyone? In the season finale of our podcast, we explore the social responsibility required of new mobility ventures, and zoom in on one company's efforts to make ground in the city that birthed the...
The self-driving car company said autonomous trucks could reduce tens of thousands of deaths each year.
The dealer group and partner Cox are preparing for a future that could rely less and less on personal car ownership.
Cox Automotive and Holman Enterprises are teaming up to expand a retail vehicle-subscription service dubbed Flexdrive.
BMW added Delphi as a new partner in its development of advanced autonomous systems, signaling a new stage in bringing self-driving cars to market by 2021.
Self-driving cars: The solution to preventable traffic deaths or dystopian robot killers... or both? In our latest podcast episode, we investigate the contradictory ways the public talks about autonomous tech.
How will you know when a self-driving car will be about to slam on its brakes? In the latest episode of "Futurismo," we investigate how car designers are developing the language self-driving cars will use to exchange...
In the first half of Season 2 of the podcast series "Futurismo," Automotive News explores the challenges of designing self-driving cars around human needs and reactions.
A racer urges NASCAR to embrace advanced autonomous drive technologies.
Uber and Lyft and the like have turned the taxi industry on its head in a few short years. Now the industry looks like it may be disrupted again, this time by automakers.
At the dawn of auto safety, one inventor wanted to do his part to save lives. Instead, his invention sparked a public backlash and went down in history as a quintessential case of why technology fails.
The Mobileye/Intel deal on Monday shows how hot the lidar business has become in Silicon Valley.
A CIA memo from 2014, briefly indicated the agency was considering exploring how to hack into cars remotely, specifically mentioning Canada's BlackBerry QNX software. Security experts have shrugged it off.
A CIA memo dated Oct. 23, 2014, briefly indicated the agency was considering exploring how to hack into cars remotely. The revelation resulted in a lot of panicky headlines, but security experts have shrugged it off.
After graduating from the University of Utah, Joshua Smith was employed by a boutique racing firm run by a husband-and-wife team who are former auto executives.
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