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  • AP Source: General Motors plans to sell moderately priced 200-mile electric car in 2017

    AP Source: General Motors plans to sell moderately priced 200-mile electric car in 2017
    General Motors plans to start selling an affordable electric car in 2017 that will be able to go 200 miles on a single charge. A person briefed on the matter told The Associated Press that GM plans to start selling a $30,000 battery powered family car...
  • Toyota opens patents to lure more development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

    Toyota opens patents to lure more development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
    Hoping to speed development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, Toyota said that it would offer thousands of patents on related technologies to rival automakers, for free. The announcement, made at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, echoes...
  • The most interesting cars for 2015

    The most interesting cars for 2015
    Some of the most interesting automotive announcements in 2014 will make for the most compelling storylines of 2015. How will the all-aluminum F-150 alter the automotive landscape? How will American buyers react to the wave of subcompact crossovers ready...
  • Tesla issues Roadster upgrades, extends range for S.F. to L.A. run

    Tesla issues Roadster upgrades, extends range for S.F. to L.A. run
    Tesla Motors has made a habit out of making continued improvements to its vehicles after they leave the showroom, sometimes with software "updates" that look like recalls, and sometimes with actual improvements. The company announced one of the latter...
  • Tesla software upgrade will let Model S reach 155 mph, carmaker says

    Because zero to 60 in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 130 miles per hour are just not enough, Tesla has quietly announced a software upgrade that will allow its 85D and P85D Model S electric cars to achieve a top speed of 155 mph. The Palo Alto car...
  • Women waiting in the wings for Tesla's Model X

    SAN JOSE, Calif. When Tesla Motors' long-delayed Model X designed to blend the best of a sport utility vehicle with the benefits of a minivan starts deliveries to customers in late 2015, Tesla will gain entry to two critical and overlapping markets for...
  • Audi Plans Tesla Model S Fighter

     
    Tesla just beat out Porsche and Audi as the top brand in a consumer satisfaction survey from Consumer Reports, and the industry is taking notice. Now, The Detroit News reports Audi plans to build a competitor to the California luxury-carmaker???s......
  • Tesla reports increased sales, delays Model X again

    Tesla Motors reported a $75-million loss, about double that of a year ago, and announced another delay for its highly anticipated Model X sport utility vehicle. But other numbers in the earnings report on Wednesday spoke to continuing growth at the maker...
  • Automakers launching more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

    Automakers launching more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
    Concerned about slow sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids, automakers are increasingly betting the future of green cars on hydrogen fuel cell technology. Even Toyota Motor Corp., maker of the popular Prius gas-electric hybrid, will use hydrogen...
  • Tesla celebrates new service center, revamped showroom in Costa Mesa

    Tesla celebrates new service center, revamped showroom in Costa Mesa
    Tesla Motors held a grand-opening ceremony Thursday for its new service center and revitalized showroom in Costa Mesa's business district near John Wayne Airport. For the past few years, the Palo Alto-based electric car company has been operating out of...
  • Why AutoNation CEO Jackson calls dealer fight with Tesla hypocritical

    Why AutoNation CEO Jackson calls dealer fight with Tesla hypocritical
    The efforts by various auto dealer associations across the U.S. to keep Tesla Motors from selling its expensive electric cars directly to the public is hypocritical and makes dealers look bad, said Mike Jackson, chief executive of AutoNation, the...