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Tesla might soon face a Chinese competitor inspired by "Knight Rider"

Tesla might be getting some Chinese competition.

According to CarNewsChina, a Shanghai-based company called Youxia Motors recently showed off an electric vehicle that will be priced between 200,000-300,000 yuan ($32,200-48,300), factoring in a government subsidy of 9,000 yuan for green cars. 140 more words

10 Things We Learned About Who Really Made Your Subaru

The carmaker Subaru is having a great decade so far: their sales have doubled in the United States and they’re having trouble keeping up with the demand. 427 more words

The A to Z of QNX in Cars

Originally posted on the QNX Auto Blog

Over 26 fast facts, brought to you by the English alphabet

A is for Audi, one of the first automakers to use QNX technology in its vehicles. 1,172 more words


Fiat Chrysler Fined Record $105 Million Over Recalls

Fiat Chrysler could be required to lay out hundreds of millions of dollars to get potentially defective Ram pickups and older Jeeps off the road under a deal with safety regulators to settle claims that the automaker mishandled nearly two dozen recalls. 722 more words

Chrysler recalls 1.4 million vehicles at risk of being hacked over the Internet

Fiat Chrysler has initiated a recall of approximately 1.4 million cars and trucks because of the risk that they could be hijacked remotely by hackers—a scenario that was recently… 254 more words

Ferrari Just Filed to Go Public in the U.S.

Fiat Chrysler has officially filed plans to sell up to a 10% stake in luxury auto maker Ferrari in an initial public offering that is expected to be completed early next year. 233 more words

The teenage dream of owning a car is dying

Detroit has seen a lot of changes through the years—the rise of Japanese manufacturing, the growth of SUVs and trucks replacing the station wagon, and now the birth of the electric car. 901 more words