Tesla crash victim lauded 'full self-driving' in videos on Tiktok
Two videos of a man driving with his hands off the wheel were posted on the alleged Tiktok account of the victim, 35-year-old Steven Hendrickson of Running Springs, Calif.
Ford F-150 Lightning is ‘the big fish' in EV era
President Joe Biden will visit the automaker this week as it prepares to unveil a battery-powered version of the country's top-selling vehicle line.
Nissan guides redesigns through microchip straits
The automaker's new-product launches could be a bit suspenseful this summer.
Autonomous robots deliver in college town
Russian self-driving tech company Yandex started testing robotaxis in Ann Arbor last year. Now, the company is using the same self-driving systems to launch delivery bots on the city's sidewalks.
6 Waymo execs have taken off-ramp
Amid a fresh push to commercialize its self-driving technology, the company has found its senior leadership team in flux.
Tavares gives Chrysler, other brands 10 years
Stellantis' CEO says he's affording each of the 14 brands melded together from FCA and PSA Group a decade to execute a successful business plan.
Retailer finds success with camper vans
In 2015, Campbell Auto Group launched Caravan Outfitter to fill a unique hole in the market.
Stellantis cuts shift at Illinois Jeep plant amid chip woes
Production declines for the Jeep Cherokee SUV have been “further exacerbated by the unprecedented global microchip shortage,” Stellantis said.
Infiniti to suspend QX50 output because of chip shortfall
Infiniti will halt QX50 crossover, its top-selling model, as well as Q50 sedan production next month as it conserves chips for a key launch in the fall.
GM taps Craig Glidden to lead global public policy
Glidden's new position will be combined with his existing role as general counsel.