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Elon Musk Reveals Tesla D Can Park Itself, Greet Drivers - BY ANDY FIXMER AND BRITTANY LEVINE 7`:27pm

Elon Musk kicked off the Tesla event in Los Angeles Thursday by unveiling new features for the Model S electric sedan called the D.

The D stands for dual motor he said, adding that the car has higher speeds, more power and higher efficiency. 547 more words


Tesla Is Coming Out With Something Called D. Nobody Knows What It Is. - Will Oremus THE CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO THE FUTUREOCT. 3 2014 3:47 PM

For a car company with exactly one model in production, Tesla sure manages to make a lot of headlines. The latest flurry came after Elon Musk teased his million-plus Twitter followers with the following tweet Wednesday evening: 701 more words


BMW Has Finally Made a Gorgeous Bike That’ll Appeal to Young Riders - BY ALEXANDER GEORGE 09.22.14 | 6:30 AM

The four designers with their respective one-off creations. BMW 

BMW motorcycles have long been considered chariots for gray-haired commuters and intrepid adventure riders. Yes, the company makes the occasional insane  437 more words


GM recalls 220,000 cars over brake defect - BBC News 21 September 2014 Last updated at 17:35 ET

General Motors has recalled more than 220,000 cars to correct a brake defect that could increase the risk of fire.

GM says it is not aware of any deaths or injuries resulting from the defect. 218 more words


Regulator Slow to Respond to Deadly Vehicle Defects - By HILARY STOUT, DANIELLE IVORY and REBECCA R. RUIZSEPT. 14, 2014


David Friedman, N.H.T.S.A.’s acting head, indicated in a Senate hearing that he did not realize the agency could issue subpoenas. Credit Larry Downing/Reuters

General Motors published an  375 more words


GM to offer connected car, automated driving technology in 2016 - BY BEN KLAYMAN DETROIT Sun Sep 7, 2014 5:37pm EDT

Credit: Reuters/Jeff Kowalsky

The General Motors logo is seen outside its headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan in this file photograph taken August 25, 2009. 559 more words