Upgraded system will enable hands-free driving on and off the highway
This is a time of reckoning for the auto industry, says Paul Eichenberg. He has some recommendations as to how companies can make their way through it.
The GM affiliate still has a huge cash reserve. But the outlook for robo-taxis is uncertain.
2021 Chevy Tahoe gets a 5-0 version
The National Corvette Museum is raffling off three 2020 C8 Corvettes. You can’t win if you don’t play.
COVID-19 continues to take its toll on vehicle programs
Former DOE official and EV expert tasked with jumpstarting business for Michigan autonomous testing complex
Lightweighting applications to advanced communications and improved visibility
An aggressive rollout of Lordstown Motors’ Endurance electric pickup has pushed to early 2021
In this case, it’s mostly about reducing emissions—but fuel economy gains still add up
Solar and wind sources will generate 100% of U.S. facilities by 2030
Sounds good on paper but production seems like a long shot.
Deep learning processors provide a record 320 trillion operations per second
Eighth in a series. Why wouldn’t he have a 660-hp Corvette in his garage?
Montana Skeptic appears on this edition of “Autoline After Hours” to throw cold water on Tesla, but unlike the Wicked Witch of the West, it doesn’t melt
Here’s a look at some of the latest in seating developments for the industry
2019 customers show solid support for OEMs with Automotive Loyalty Awards
Pay cuts for staff, deferred product programs to avoid “serious damage”
Jon Lauckner and Tony Cervone retiring at the end of June
Here’s a solid hour of informative observations about what’s going on in the auto industry right now