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Volkswagen Continues To Struggle With Emissions Cheating Consequences

Volkswagen Invests In Uber's Main Rival Gett, Pumps $300M For New Deal

Volkswagen has struck a new deal. It is with Germany's Gett. more

Massive Airbag Recall Prompts Safety Concerns

Takata Airbag Defect Continues To Cause Honda, Car Company Announces Plans To Recalls 21 Million More Vehicles Worldwide

Honda will reportedly be recalling as much as 21 million cars globally due to the Takata airbag issue. more

BMW Celebrates 100th Anniversary

BMW 7 Series Models Recalled for Air Bag Issue; Affected Cars Here

BMW will recall about 26,000 7 Series models due to defective air bag. more

Car Makers Reveal New Models At N. American International Auto Show In Detroit

Volvo Plans To Test Its Self-Driving Cars In US

Volvo announced that in the next years it will test its driverless cars on the public roads in the United States. more

Uber Discloses These Data From 14M Drivers & Riders to U.S. Law Enforcement

Uber Discloses These Data From 14M Drivers & Riders to U.S. Law Enforcement

Uber reveals what information is sought by regulatory agencies. Should you be worried? more

Plug-In EVs

Electric Cars Outperform Gas-Powered Vehicles In Cutting Emissions, Study Finds

Since the average electric car in the U.S. produces pollution equivalent to that of a gas car that gets 68 miles per gallon, EVs cut emissions by 60 percent compared to their fossil-fuel counterparts, the study noted. more


Honda to Test Self-Driving Cars at Former U.S. Military Base

Honda has announced that it will test self-driving vehicles and technologies on private roads at a former U.S. naval facility outside San Francisco. more

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