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Auto companies look for federal exemptions for self-driving tests

Auto companies look for federal exemptions for self-driving tests

A tangled web of state laws could make it more difficult to test self-driving cars soon, representatives from automotive companies told a congressional committee Tuesday. Spokespeople from automakers such as General Motors, Toyota, and Volvo, and representatives from ride-sharing company Lyft and a...

February 14, 2017
 
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive

Mercedes-AMG boss Moers says hybrids coming after 2020

The future for Mercedes-AMG will be more than just fire-breathing, turbocharged engines. AMG boss Tobias Moers told Motor Authority on Thursday at a media event in Los... read more January 27, 2017


 
Scene from 'The Fate of The Furious'

2018 Dodge Demon, 'Fast and Furious 8' timelines seem awfully close (Update)

UPDATE: It's probably not a coincidence. A video has surfaced that shows Vin Diesel and a pair of Challengers with a Demon-looking badge visible on one of the cars. Picture... read more January 19, 2017


 
2017 BMW 5-Series

2017 BMW 5-Series first drive review: playing the middle

BMW’s middle child has always had identity issues. Iterations of the 5er have had their moments, but it’s always worn hand-me-downs from the 7-Series and, quite... read more January 16, 2017


 
2017 Detroit Auto Show Walkaround

Take a walk around the 2017 Detroit auto show

Ford made headlines by announcing a truck and an SUV that we didn't see, but for those of us looking for something more substantial there was plenty to catch at the 2017... read more January 10, 2017


 
2018 GMC Terrain Denali, 2017 Detroit auto show

GMC unveils new, macho Terrain with available turbodiesel

Following closely with the Chevrolet from which it's based, GMC took the wraps off its new small crossover and its trio of turbocharged powertrains Sunday night in Detroit... read more January 8, 2017


 
Volkswagen TDI diesel vehicles owned by Phil Grate and family, Seattle, Washington

Report: VW nearing $3B settlement with Justice Department over Dieselgate

Volkswagen may be nearing a settlement over its criminal and civil investigations with the U.S. Department of Justice for $3 billion, Reuters reported. The agreement hasn't... read more January 6, 2017


 

 
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