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Teslarati

Top luxury automakers follow Tesla's lead, others are in denial
Teslarati
It's reported, “We take it for granted that a fair number of wealthy car buyers admire electric power, thanks to the cool cachet of Tesla Inc. But not long ago, electrics were viewed as anathema by serious car people.” Not anymore. According to Milton ...



Wall Street Journal

Tesla Could Benefit From China's New Rules for Foreign Auto Makers
Wall Street Journal
It eventually wants to churn out some 200,000 vehicles a year there, including less-expensive models such as the new Model 3 compact sedan and the coming Model Y compact sport-utility vehicle. But the company hasn't proven it can crank up production to ...
Will Tesla Seize The Opportunity As China Relaxes Rules For Foreign Automakers?Forbes
Chinese automakers' shares take hits after Beijing said it will open its car marketCNBC
China removes limit on foreign automakers; Tesla is poised to benefit quicklyLos Angeles Times
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Green Car Reports

Tesla Model 3 and Chevy Bolt problems, new taxes, diesels, and ...
Green Car Reports
Which giant retailer will roll out a new Tesla-eque network of fast electric car chargers? What kind of fuel economy will the new Ford F-150 pickup get with its new diesel engine? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car ...

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Firstpost

Auto China 2018 attracts several global automakers, all of whom are falling over themselves trying to usher in an ...
Firstpost
Auto China 2018, which opens this week, follows Beijing's decision to allow full foreign ownership of Chinese automakers in a move to make the industry more flexible as it promotes electrics. The ruling Communist Party has transformed China into the ...
China auto show highlights industry's electric ambitionThe Detroit News

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Forbes

Will Self-Driving Cars End The Big Automakers?
Forbes
Technological innovation is at the heart of modern development, driving society forward and creating new opportunities, while disrupting and destroying existing industry after existing industry. The mobility sector is no different, and in the near ...
Driverless Cars Give Hope to Blind — Are Automakers Onboard?NECN

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Jalopnik

Automakers Want 95 Octane Gas To Completely Take Over - Jalopnik
Jalopnik
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know. 1st Gear: 86 the 87? What gas should you put in your car? The gas that the ...
Automakers Want Higher Octane Regular GasRoadandTrack.com

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Business Insider

Car companies sales cycle is changing and spurring innovation ...
Business Insider
It's a fortunate historical anomaly for the car business: an extended sales cycle, cheap credit, affordable gas, and a boom in profitable vehicles.

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ConsumerReports.org

Automakers Embrace Over-the-Air Updates, but Can We Trust Digital Car Repair?
ConsumerReports.org
In just a few years, major automakers will be rolling out cars that can be repaired remotely while parked in your garage or while you're asleep in bed. Ford and GM, among others, recently announced that some of their 2020 models will allow over-the-air ...



The Columbus Dispatch

Driverless cars could be boon for blind, but will automakers pay attention?
The Columbus Dispatch
OCALA, Fla. — In 2012, Steve Mahan, who is blind, climbed into the driver's seat of a self-driving car and rolled up to the drive-thru window of a Taco Bell in a video that has been viewed more than 8 million times online. The piece, produced by ...



Washington Post

Holding Hands Isn't Always the Answer for Automakers: Gadfly
Washington Post
Automakers are increasingly coming together to tackle the onslaught of technology. Over the past year, several car companies have announced strategic partnerships to deal with the disruption. But there isn't always strength in numbers. The latest such ...

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