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Let's put it this way. It's a Jeep that goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
The Detroit Auto Show kicked off this week, offering a glimpse at what's in store for the electric vehicle market. With more rival EVs coming to market soon, where could that leave incumbents like Tesla?
Hyundai will hang a pair of North American Car and Utility of the Year awards at the office, while the Dodge Ram 1500 has been deemed the North American Truck of the Year.
U.S. stock futures fall on Monday and global stocks retreat following surprisingly weak trade data from China; Citigroup will issue its fourth-quarter earnings report on Monday, kicking off a heavy weak of results from the big-cap banks; Newmont Mining reaches deal to buy Goldcorp for $10 billion in stock.
As young, nimble companies are building a future of mobility less reliant on vehicle ownership, one chip company is in the right place, with the right product.
Why would the market fall on a positive day overall? It has nothing to do with actual company performance.
Tesla is looking to change the presentation of its Model S and X versions to be more like the Model 3.
GM raises its expectations for 2018 profit.
The Dow falls Friday, putting in jeopardy the blue-chip index's five-day winning streak.
General Motors is making a large push into electric vehicles and is using its Cadillac brand to do it.
If Barra is willing to be as bold with the company's balance sheet as with its corporate strategy, GM shares could be the ultimate value play.
General Motors provided stronger-than-expected guidance for 2019, giving a big boost to the stock Friday.
Tesla plan to begin delivering the Model 3 to China in March and hopes to be producing them in the country by year's end.
General Motors self-driving Cruise Automation will team up with San Francisco-based food delivery service DoorDash to roll out an autonomous food-delivery service.
Tesla's Model 3 is a top-10 selling sedan for 2018.
All three major indices dropped more than 2% Thursday.
A weak deliveries report from General Motors puts pressure on shares of the automaker.
As Elon Musk's company gets set to launch a $35,000 version of the Model 3, Q4 deliveries for costlier versions of the sedan missed expectations.
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BlackBerry's getting a nice revenue acceleration from the automotive market. Can it continue?
What the heck is Apple doing with autonomous driving? It may be more than driving.
General Motors has gotten plenty of heat over its restructuring plans. Will it change gears going forward or stick to the plan?
Audi is making a big-time investment in autonomous driving and plans to launch a robo-taxi service in 2021 as a result.
Amid a decline in auto sales, China is putting focus on new energy vehicles and relaxing its joint venture partnership requirements as it prepares for the future automotive market.
Focus on high-quality dividend payers as we move toward a possible yield-curve inversion and U.S. recession.
Audi is pouring billions into electric vehicles, digital mobility and autonomous programs. Who isn't at this point?
Tesla is cutting prices on its Model S and Model X after China agreed to lower auto tariffs.
Amazon has leveraged its massive investments to generate huge amounts of cash in new businesses. Whether Netflix and Tesla can do the same remains to be seen.
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