Autos

Tesla’s plan to launch Model 3 by 2018 worrying parts makers

Tesla’s plan to launch Model 3 by 2018 worrying parts makers

New plans related to production of Model 3 have surprised parts makers. The automotive company has planned to launch its Model 3 by 2018, which is two years prior to what earlier was decided.

Volkswagen to pay $14.7 billion to settle emission tests dispute

Volkswagen

Auto giant Volkswagen (VW) has agreed pay nearly $15 billion to settle claims that it misled millions of customers over emission tests and lied to regulators for years.

Google patents ‘pedestrian flypaper’ for self-driving cars

Google patents ‘pedestrian flypaper’ for self-driving cars

Acknowledging the fact that self-driving cars could to get into accidents involving pedestrians, tech giant Google Inc.

Toyota Corolla Not Interested In More Power?

In the words of the late Ben Parker, with great power comes great responsibility.

Uber settles two lawsuits to keep drivers as independent contractors

Uber settles two lawsuits to keep drivers as independent contractors

App-based ride-hailing service Uber recently reached a landmark settlement in two class-action lawsuits that will make the company pay nearly $100 million to drivers in California and Massachusetts

Calif. bill aims to move smog exception year cutoff from 1975 to 1980

Calif. bill aims to move smog exception year cutoff from 1975 to 1980

A new California bill that would change the state’s smog exemption year cutoff from the originally proposed 1975 to 1980 has been approved by the Senate Committee on Transportation & Housing.

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