Latest Autos News
- Report: Fiat Chrysler, Google In Partnership Talks The partnership would be the first to match an automaker with Google's 7-year-old autonomous car project, which is now part of the so-called X lab at Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company.
- Move Over Drones, Driverless Cars -- Unmanned Ships Up Next It's not only drones and driverless cars that may become the norm someday — ocean-faring ships might also run without captains or crews.
- Massachusetts Gas Prices Increase For 8th Straight Week Massachusetts gasoline prices have jumped 4 cents in the past week to an average of $2.12 for a gallon of self-serve regular.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving Aren't Against Driverless Cars The head of Mothers Against Drunk Driving has come out in favor of driverless car technology.
- Illinois Drivers Could Be Taxed By The Mile Senate president John Cullerton (D-Chicago) says revenue would be used for road work.
- Demand For Tesla's New Model 3 Is Wild, But Limited To Tech Fans Demand for Tesla's new Model 3 has been eye-popping, with consumers pre-ordering about $13.7 billion worth of the electric sedans nearly two years before they go on sale.
- DuPont Cars & Coffee April 2016 If you've never heard of Cars and Coffee it's probably because you're either in a long-term coma, you sleep late on the weekends or you lease a new Toyota Prius every couple of years because you're sure it's the best car ever made.
- Courtney Campbell Causeway Chaos There's a video that has been all over social media since the weekend and it's finally hitting the mainstream news. It's go-pro video from a motorcyclist who had an altercation with a man and woman in a very nice old BMW E28.
- Taxi Managers: Make It Easier For Uber Drivers To Become Yellow Cabs A group of New York City taxi medallion managers are advocating to make it easier for Uber drivers to become yellow cab drivers.
- Experts Say Self-Driving Cars Not Ready For Roads Engineers and safety advocates are telling the government that self-driving cars are more likely to be a threat than a boon to public safety because of unresolved technical issues.