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New models soaked up the spotlight at the Detroit auto show this week but policy decisions coming from Washington in 2018 may do more to determine the future health of the industry.
Automakers and suppliers must make enhancing cybersecurity a key focus if the connected, autonomous vehicles of the future are to be safe, the president of BlackBerry Technology Solutions said.
For safety advocates, the promise of expedited accident-prevention technology doesn't justify relaxed standards.
NHTSA will propose new fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks by the end of March, signaling how the Trump administration plans to alter automobile efficiency rules.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said the federal government will introduce new federal guidelines in an effort to modernize regulations to fit an autonomous future.
The fuel economy of new U.S. cars and trucks hit a record 24.7 mpg in the 2016 model year, a government report said.
One of the key issues that will be discussed in state legislatures around the country this year is the ability to protect and integrate the data that dealerships gather and maintain.
University of Michigan students are taking on a challenge that the automotive industry will be grappling with in the future -- how to handle the media backlash following an autonomous vehicle error.
Federal officials held talks with California's Air Resources Board to discuss maintaining one set of national requirements for automakers -- a move that will determine the fate of emissions rules.
Takata, the parts supplier that sparked the largest auto recall in history, called back 3.3 million airbags as part of a federal order that scheduled repairs of the potentially deadly devices.
California would ban the sale of new cars and trucks powered by fossil fuels in 2040 under legislation introduced in the state Legislature.
Maserati North America is recalling more than 1,000 of its newest luxury cars to fix leaky fuel pipes that increase the potential for an engine fire.
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