COMMENTARY: David Reichmuth
Two-faced industry on display in L.A.
While the industry has been touting next-gen mobility here on the West Coast, its lobbying teams in Washington have pursued a backward-looking strategy.
Lyft files confidentially for U.S. public stock offering
Lyft filed confidentially for an initial public offering of stock, pulling out ahead of Uber Technologies in the race among ride-hailing companies to go public.
Waymo's first commercial self-driving service launched in Phoenix
Google's autonomous driving affiliate Waymo began offering commercial service with its self-driving Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid minivans. The service is called Waymo One.
White House wants to end EV subsidies, Trump aide says
President Donald Trump's top economic adviser said the White House wants to end subsidies for electric vehicle purchases, without saying how it would eliminate the incentives that were created by Congress.
U.S. lawmakers make final push to win approval of self-driving car bill
Key U.S. senators are making a last-ditch effort to win approval of a bill to speed the use of self-driving cars without human controls, but face an uphill battle on Capitol Hill.
Tesla on Autopilot drove 7 miles with sleeping drunken driver, police say
The California Highway Patrol had some trouble pulling over a Tesla Model S after the driver was determined to be asleep behind the wheel while the vehicle operated on Autopilot.
Uber hires former U.S. safety official for self-driving effort
Uber confirmed it hired a senior U.S. auto safety official involved in the federal government's handling of self-driving cars for its autonomous vehicle efforts.
Why self-driving vehicles need a crystal ball
Predicting how pedestrians will behave around autonomous vehicles has become a key problem, one the likes of Volvo, Ford and others are trying to solve.
Ready for self-driving future? Sorry, it's drizzling out.
Even a little crummy weather might pose big problems for self-driving systems. New research from Michigan State University suggests light rain and drizzle can confound the algorithms that autonomous systems use to detect pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users.
Volvo CEO says making money off driver data is 'wrong approach'
Volvo's CEO betting Volvo will make more money selling connected, autonomous cars rather than taking a cut of selling data-driven services inside the vehicle.
IIHS says headlights improve, but with high cost
Over the last three years, manufacturers have improved their vehicles' headlights. However, a majority of these better-quality lights come with a significant cost.
Aston Martin sees recent non-automotive concepts as brand extensions
In the past year, Aston Martin has unveiled two unique concepts that go beyond hand built, ultraluxury cars: a small personal aircraft and a small personal submersible.
Waymo hires executives from National Safety Council, Alibaba
Google's self-driving car affiliate Waymo said it hired Deborah Hersman to the new position of chief safety officer and Amee Chande as its first chief commercial officer,
COMMENTARY: Yang Jian
Sky's the limit for Li Shufu's ambitions
Until recently, Li Shufu, chairman of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, seemed determined to build a global automotive empire. Now it appears that's only part of the story.
Ford and Argo embrace a steep self-driving learning curve in Miami
Miami's roads are a mess. This chaos, it turns out, is exactly why Ford has plunged headlong into testing the mettle of its autonomous-driving technology on Miami's streets.
Chevy Silverado is among 2.7 million GM vehicles being probed over brakes
U.S. highway safety investigators are probing an alleged defect in 2.7 million vehicles built by General Motors that are getting into collisions because drivers are having trouble braking.
Honda recalls about 107,000 Odyssey minivans in U.S. for latch issue
America Honda is recalling 107,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. over a latch malfunction that may cause the power sliding door to open when the vehicle is in drive.