BloombergToyota Recalls 1.6 Million Cars After Nissan SUV Air Bag InjuryBloombergToyota Motor Corp. reissued a recall for 1.6 million cars in Japan over Takata Corp. air bags, after a component that was deemed to be safe in a Nissan Motor Co. vehicle ended up injuring a passenger last month. The Vitz compact car and 21 other models ...Toyota reissues recall […]
LA MagazineWhen It Comes to Fuel Cell Cars, the Future Is Already HereLA MagazineThe L.A. Auto Show always features some of the greenest cars on the road. This year is no exception, although there are several new zero emission vehicles being showcased that might surprise green car aficionados. A lot of people still think zero ...
U.S. News & World ReportUS officials signal move toward embracing self-driving carsU.S. News & World ReportFILE - In this May 13, 2015, file photo, riders enter the Google's new self-driving prototype car for a ride during a demonstration at Google campus, in Mountain View, Calif. Federal transportation officials say they are updating their posi […]
ReutersUS delays 'quiet car' rules for hybrids, electric carsReutersThe decision is the latest setback for a government plan that has been in the works since 2013 to require “quiet cars” - vehicles that operate at low speeds without an internal combustion engine running - to add new audio alerts at low speeds. The ...'Too quiet' electric […]
Connected cars aren't just for hackingArs TechnicaCar companies are in a hurry to squeeze the Internet and large displays into new cars. The OEMs are faced with a challenge; unlike a couple of decades ago, there aren't really any bad cars. Reliability and safety have made such strides that car makers ...and more »
Mother JonesThe Big Problem With Electric Cars: They're Too ReliableMother JonesMatt Richtel has an intriguing article today in the New York Times about electric cars. The question is: why aren't they selling better? Is it because they have weak performance? Because they can only go a hundred miles on a charge? Because they're ...A Car Dealers […]
InversePeople Are Going to Have a Lot of Sex in Driverless CarsInversePeople have sex in cars for all the same mundane or exceptional reasons they have sex anywhere else: It's thrilling; there's nothing better to do; they're getting paid; they're exhibitionists, or they've carved out a moment of privacy. The only ...and more »
USA TODAYPoll says buyers want self-driving cars from auto-tech company comboUSA TODAYWhen the World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group asked nearly 6,000 respondents from 10 countries about their attitudes toward self-driving cars, 46% said they would want a traditional automaker to produce the self-driving car and of those ...
CNBCJay Leno on collecting cars like artworkCNBCSo far in 2015, the most expensive painting and the most expensive sculpture ever sold at auction went for the combined value of a mid-level NHL hockey team. So essentially, if you had the money, you could now own two collectibles. Or the Calgary Flames.
BloombergVW's Emissions Fixes Approved for 90% of Cars in EuropeBloombergVolkswagen AG said it is nearing approval to repair about 70 percent of its rigged diesel engines and will resubmit questionable software in other vehicles to U.S. regulators for review, potentially easing two key trouble spots in its emissions crisis ...For Auto Enthusiasts, the R […]