Many automakers are committed to launching autonomous cars. The latest is Tesla, which may have one ready by 2016. The only question now is whether the legislation will be ready in time.

Jeep’s upcoming subcompact has been spotted for the first time, albeit the version spotted is still a test mule and not representative of the final design. Fiat will have its own version of the car and both will be built at a plant in Italy.

Many automakers are adopting carbon fiber for the construction of their cars, but Audi thinks mixed materials or ‘multi-material’ construction is more suitable for mass production.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines, right here at Motor Authority.

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