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Jaguar-Land Rover Not Ready to Plug In

A Jaguar F-Type with JLR CEO Ralf Speth and Tata Motors founder Ratan Tata. When it revealed a trio of battery-based prototypes, collectively known as Concept_e, in September, Jaguar Land Rover appeared ready to join key rivals set to electrify their luxury line-ups.

Who Loves Their Cars the Most? Millennials!

The Porsche Macan is the most-loved car in the U.S., according to a new survey from Strategic Vision.

NHTSA Delays “Quiet Car” EV Ruling

The new rules would cover not only pure EVs but plug-ins and hybrids running in electric mode. Federal regulators have delayed a proposed rule that would require new battery-based vehicles to emit warning sounds to reduce the likelihood of hitting a pedestrian or bicycle rider, especially those who are sight-impaired.

Toyota Recalls 1.6 Mil Vehicles With Takata Airbags a Second Time

The latest recall covers, among its 22 models, an older version of the Toyota Corolla. Concluding the vehicles may still be unsafe, Toyota Motor Corp.

November Auto Sales Expected to Set Record Pace

November auto sales are expected to be the best November results ever thanks, in part, to Black Friday sales promotions.

After Long Decline, Traffic Deaths Again on the Rise

Government data suggest distracted driving is responsible for at least 10% of fatalities. Traffic deaths spiked by 8% during the first half of the year, according to a new federal report, reversing a decade-long downward trend.

Thanksgiving Week Wrecks Likely to Spike Up to 34%

Crashes tend to spike during the holiday. Between the holiday feasting and the Black Friday sales, Americans will be spending a lot of time on the road in the coming week, and whether it’s a little much turkey or a lack of sleep making them drowsy and distracted, highway crashes have a tendency to spike sharply around Thanksgiving.

Tesla Model X to Start at $80,000

The new Tesla Model X opens its Falcon Doors. Tesla’s new Model X battery-electric SUV will carry a starting price of $80,000 – before adding delivery charges and subtracting the $7,500 federal tax credit.

Watchdog Fights Accelerating Autonomous Vehicle Testing Pace

A Mountain View, CA police officer gives a warning to a Google Car for driving too slow. Photo courtesy Google autonomous vehicle blog.

Half of US Drivers Enjoying Sub-$2 a Gallon Gas

Gas prices are below $2 a gallon in more than half the country due to low crude prices. The price of crude oil remains under pressure, tamping down the price of gasoline on the eve of the Thanksgiving holiday to the lowest level since 2008 when the U.S.

Global Survey Finds Strong Interest in Autonomous Vehicles

Drivers continue to express an increasing interest in autonomous vehicle technology. As automakers get closer to putting the first autonomous vehicles on the road they’re finding growing interest in the new technology, a new study of potential buyers in the U.S.

Tesla Recalls Every Single Model S for Seat Belt Issue

Tesla is recalling all 90,000 Model S sedans for a seat belt issue. Tesla Motors Inc. plans to use the recall of every Model S that it has ever built to highlight its commitment to safety.

Ford Makes Moves to Improve Safety: Recalls 425K, Cuts Takata

Ford is recalling 425,000 Ford Fusions and Mercury Milans from 2010 and 2011 due to a fuel tank issue.

First Drive: 2016 Toyota Prius

The top-line Toyota Prius Four Touring model starts at $30,000 plus delivery fees. In an era when so many cars have a tendency to look alike, the Toyota Prius has been an unabashed, if somewhat geeky, standout.

Forecast Calls for Record Auto Sales in 2016

A new University of Michigan forecast predicts record auto sales for the next two years. A new forecast on the sales of sales of light vehicles predicts new car sales will continue to boom during the next couple of years, according to the study from the University of Michigan.

Forget Hybrids and Hydrogen Cars; Some Just Have to Have a V-12

Daimler has moved production of its V-12 engines to Mannheim to boost production. Facing tough new mileage and emissions standards, automakers have been shifting to smaller and more environmentally friendly powertrains.

Ford F-150 Named Green Truck of the Year

Ford scored by adding a CNG and propane option for the 2016 version of the F-150. The Ford F-150 pickup has been named the Green Truck of the Year, while the Ram ProMaster City has been declared the Commercial Green Car of the Year.

Despite Fears of Rejection, Workers at Ford, GM Ratify Contracts

GM and UAW officials shown on July 13, 2015 marking the opening of contract talk. Workers at both Ford Motor Co.

Hydrogen Cars Just a Dodge, Argues Tesla Exec

Tesla recently launched its second product line, the Model X battery-electric SUV. Fuel-cell cars are little more than expensive props used by automakers to dodge increasingly tough fuel-economy regulations and emission standards, declared a senior executive from the Tesla Motor Co.

Volkswagen Reverses Course, Acknowledges Additional Cheating

VW now admits it cheated on Porsche and Audi vehicles using a 3.0-liter diesel engine. After initially denying charges leveled by the U.S.