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Minister: Mobileye to Be Required on All New Cars

Intel’s investment in the Mobileye road safety system is paying off already, at least in Israel. At a meeting congratulating Mobileye CEO Ziv Aviram on the buyout of the company…

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President Trump Announces Challenge to Obama-Era Fuel Standards

President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that the administration will re-examine federal requirements governing the fuel efficiency of cars and trucks, moving forcefully against Obama-era environmental regulations that President Trump says…

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Do the Math: Older Used Cars in Short Supply

The Great Recession’s ghost is suddenly appearing at used car lots across the United States. The situation amounts to a collision between timing and math: When the auto industry imploded…

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AUTO REVIEW: Volvo XC60 Moves to All 4-Cylinder Engines

Volvo’s least expensive SUV, the XC60, is updated for 2017 with all fuel-efficient four-cylinder turbocharged engines and simpler trim levels for easier buyer choices. Unfortunately, the shuffling of trim levels…

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Hypercars Mingle With Station Wagons at Geneva Auto Show

Europe’s automakers face huge questions: the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, President Donald Trump’s proposed border tax on imports, the uncertain prospects for electric vehicles. Meanwhile,…

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Wireless Electric Cars About to Hit the Road

Imagine charging your electric car as easily as you charge your electric toothbrush. Or, your car charging itself as it drives down the road. Those scenarios are not as far-fetched…

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PSA Expected to Announce Opel Purchase on Monday

French carmaker PSA Group is expected to announce Monday that it has purchased General Motors’ money-losing European car business, according to two people briefed on the matter. The announcement could…

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