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Ferrari will make a battery-powered supercar to challenge Tesla Inc. at the high end of the electric-auto market, CEO Sergio Marchionne said.
University of Michigan students are taking on a challenge that the automotive industry will be grappling with in the future -- how to handle the media backlash following an autonomous vehicle error.
Tesla's production delays create an opportunity for General Motors to woo away Model 3 reservation holders. But it's not an opening Chevy plans on openly exploiting.
A roundup of brands, from Maserati to Volkswagen, that will unveil new product at the Detroit auto show.
Former Tesla CEO Martin Eberhard is still fully engaged in electric vehicle technology. The CIO of startup Inevit, working on EV battery systems, is also advising Chinese EV startup SF Motors.
Dec. U.S. sales winners, losers; Tesla delays output goal; VW, Hyundai robocar deals; UAW's new FCA boss; On-the-spot Volvo car wash; When GM lit EV-1 spark; Towering figure dies.
Tesla pushed back a key production target for its pivotal Model 3 sedan again, raising questions about whether the electric-car maker may need to raise more cash.
Tesla is slowly ascending from its "production hell," but Wall Street is getting restless. Tesla said it delivered 1,550 Model 3 sedans in the fourth quarter, up from 220 the previous quarter.
Tesla may have delivered about four times more Model 3 sedans last quarter than in the prior three months, or boosted sales by a factor of 40, depending on which analyst you ask.
The staff of Automotive News ranked the top 10 stories from 2017, and EVs -- absent from the list a year ago -- shot to the No. 1 spot.
Sexism, bribery, boardroom intrigue, misreported data, stolen data -- blunders dogged the auto industry all year.
Tesla will build a pickup soon after producing electric crossover vehicle Model Y, CEO Elon Musk said.
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