iPhone-maker declares its interest in the future of driverless vehicles with a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The trial is part of a plan to get autonomous vehicles fully onto the roads by 2020.
This shoebox-sized spacecraft could transform the way we store and use energy.
Japan has issued a series of recommendations for Brexit negotiations in a strongly worded memo.
An estimated 335,000 personalized plates were sold in the U.K. last year.
Uber's plan to replace its 1 million drivers with robots is underway.
Tesla's Gigafactory is far from a typical manufacturing facility—the plant's unique constraints outweigh the typical benefits that manufacturing companies seek when they move to or invest in a foreign nation.
Many of the supercar drivers have complained that they are being unfairly targeted.
A new report shows the U.S. had the highest rate of crash-related deaths compared with 19 other countries.
Another tightening of EPA standards this year could trip up automakers.
Researchers said a phone conversation, even on a hands-free device, sparks a person's visual imagination.
Even if you order directly from the factory, the order must go through the dealer. This dealer distribution system adds about 30 percent to the cost of cars.
It gets 215 miles on a charge, and Elon Musk says his company has already sold 115,000 of them.
He's also racked up hundreds of dollars in parking fines.
Renault is not alone in exceeding emissions levels, France's Energy Minister Segolene Royal said.
Eric Garcetti wants to save the city while a world snarled in traffic prays for him.
Inexpensive software can improve the gas mileage of most combustion engines.
"Whatever joy we lose from piloting our own cars will be more than made up for by increased...safety."