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Filed under: Earnings/Financials,Government/Legal,Green,Fuel Efficiency The average California motorist will see transportation costs rise by about $10 a month.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Autonomous Apple suggested a series of changes "so that rapid technology development may be realized while ensuring the safety of the traveling public." Continue reading Apple and Tesla ask California to change proposed self-driving car test policy Apple and Tesla ask California to change proposed self-driving car test policy originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:15:00 EDT.
Filed under: Green,Truck,Electric,Future He said you can drive it around like a sports car, whatever that means.
Filed under: Green,BMW,Alternative Fuels,Hydrogen Solar, hydro, and wind make for cleaner fuel than coal-based hydrogen.
Filed under: Green,Videos,Tesla,Green Automakers,Transportation Alternatives Cars travel on mobile platforms.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,United States,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Autonomous Michigan raises another $15 million for its self-driving testing plant in Ypsilanti, while automakers push California regulators to ease autonomous testing regulations.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Volkswagen,Electric,Future,Hybrid The money will go to clean up existing gas engines and invest in future electric ones.
Filed under: Green,Alternative Fuels,Emissions,Natural Gas Making the most of decomposing sewage will reduce carbon emissions and earn revenue for the city.
Filed under: Green,Hirings/Firings/Layoffs,Tesla,Electric According to unnamed sources, a disagreement with Musk over how to treat existing clients resulted in Grohmann's departure.
Filed under: Green,TV/Movies,Mitsubishi,Automotive History,Electric,Hybrid West Coast Customs will build a replica of Mitsubishi's first car using the Outlander PHEV platform.
Filed under: Green,Fisker,United States,Hybrid Henrik Fisker's start-up will unveil a prototype version of the EMotion in August and says its carbon and aluminum body will cut vehicle weight by 20 percent.
Filed under: Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,United States,Electric California-based electric vehicle maker Tesla will double the deployment of its Superchargers this year as it unveils the lower-priced Model 3 sedan.
Filed under: Green,Motorsports,Videos,Nissan,Green Automakers,Electric,Off-Road,Racing Mountains, deserts, and steppes, oh my!
Filed under: Green,Chevrolet,Ford,Lexus,Tesla,Volkswagen,Alternative Fuels,Green Culture,Green Driving,Electric,Hybrid AAA poll indicates 30 million Americans may buy an electric vehicle within three to five years.
Filed under: Green,Videos,Toyota,Technology,Commercial Vehicles As a showcase for future technology, Project Portal looks promising.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Lexus,Transportation Alternatives,Technology Apple was granted a permit to test self-driving cars on April 14 by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Transportation Alternatives,Technology,Autonomous Waymo says it discovered the device after one of Uber's engineers was forced to admit its existence.
Filed under: Green,Auto Shanghai,Volkswagen,Transportation Alternatives,Autonomous At Auto Shanghai 2017, VW showed off a real version of its autonomous concept vehicle.
Filed under: Green,Recalls,Tesla,Electric The issue stems from a third-party supplier, Brembo. Continue reading Tesla recalling 53,000 vehicles for parking brake issue Tesla recalling 53,000 vehicles for parking brake issue originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 21 Apr 2017 15:40:00 EDT.
Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Volkswagen It's part of a $4.3 billion settlement announced in January.