Venezuelan 'Kleptocrats' Schemed to Smuggle $3 Million Worth of Cars Out of Florida
Jul 10, 2020 9:25 AM
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Jun 3, 2019
Documents Show Persistent Air Quality Non-Compliance At Tesla FactoryTesla repeatedly ignored air quality regulations over the previous 18 months, racking up tens of notices of violation and Title V permit deviations.
May 29, 2019
Merge Now Episode #4: Trevor Reed of INRIX on Traffic TrendsMobility is inexorably linked to its context, so in order to understand where mobility is going you need to understand where traffic is going.
May 28, 2019
Your BMW May Someday Be Cleaned By An Aerial DroneAs the auto industry contemplates the shift from sales to services, automated logistics like this new BMW car-cleaning drone are coming into focus.
May 23, 2019
Patent Fillings Show Jaguar's Wild Return To Motorcycles [UPDATED]Technically the Vector is being developed by a startup called Arc, but it was conceived at JLR by a JLR employee and now its patents bear JLR's name.
May 22, 2019
Tesla's Wall Street Romance Is OverMorgan Stanley's Adam Jonas concedes that Tesla is just a poorly-run automaker, signalling an end to its run as a momentum "story stock".
May 22, 2019
Why Ford's Humanoid Robot Partnership Is More Than A GimmickA humanoid robot might seem like science fiction nonsense, but it fits surprisingly well with Ford's unique approach to autonomous vehicles.
May 22, 2019
Merge Now Episode 3: Oliver Bruce On The Year Of The ScooterThe Drive's mobility technology podcast caught up with the co-founder of Micromobility Industries earlier this year to discuss the year of the scooter.
May 20, 2019
Maven Refocuses On Peer-To-Peer and Ride-Hailing RentalsHaving experimented with car sharing for three years, an increasingly cost-conscious General Motors is shifting its Maven division toward more asset-light business models.
May 17, 2019
Introducing Merge Now, The Drive's New Mobility Technology PodcastNow live at The Drive: Merge Now, a series of weekly conversations with the people shaping the mobility technologies of tomorrow.
May 17, 2019
No, Nissan's Position On Lidar Is Not The Same As Elon Musk'sIn the rush to make everything about Tesla and Elon Musk, important issues around automated driving are being shown through a scanner, darkly.
May 16, 2019
Tesla Limits Autopilot In Europe Due To New UN/ECE RegulationsUpdate notes show that Tesla's Autopilot has indeed run afoul of UN/ECE Regulation 79, forcing the company to limit functionality in a number of countries.
May 13, 2019
Tesla's Screen Saga Shows Why Automotive Grade MattersElon Musk bragged that the Model S's 17 inch screen isn't automotive grade, but now Tesla and its customers are mired in "replacement hell."
May 10, 2019
Mobility Technology Patent Applications Of The Week: Dyson's EV, Nissan's Autonomy, NIO's Battery Swap, And MoreWant to peek inside the future of mobility technology? There's no better way to peer down the road than by checking out the latest patent filings.
May 9, 2019
Uber IPO Values Ride Hailing Giant At $82 Billion As Drivers StrikeUber goes public at the low end of its expected valuation range, as drivers strike and Lyft shares stumble on huge losses.
May 7, 2019
Autonomous Waymo Vans Now Available On The Lyft App In Phoenix, ArizonaLyft's multi-partner strategy starts to pay off as it becomes the first ride-hailing platform to offer autonomous rides from two different developers.
May 6, 2019
MIT Paper Tackles The Challenging Economics Of Autonomous TaxisIt's easy to assume that the economics of autonomous vehicles will make them clear winners, but new research shows self-driving cars will have to work hard to match car ownership.
May 2, 2019
Polestar 2 Shows Big Auto Industry Changes Start SmallPolestar is all about pushing forward toward the future of cars, which is why it's small and focused instead of sprawling and overambitious.
Apr 29, 2019
Tesla Fleet Company Struggles Raise Questions About Robotaxi PlansTesla wants to operate huge fleets of robotaxis, but human-driven Tesla fleets are already struggling to keep the cutting-edge but fragile cars running.
Apr 26, 2019
Tesla Autopilot Thinks Everything Is A MinivanIs Tesla's image classification system fixated on minivans, or do all cars now just look like minivans? The Drive investigates.
Apr 26, 2019
Elon Musk Settles With SEC, Agrees To Limit Disclosures (Again)Tesla's Twitter-happy CEO will have to stick to tweeting memes, as he agrees to avoid company-related disclosures... for real this time.
Apr 24, 2019
Tesla Back In The Red With $702 Million First Quarter LossAfter two profitable quarters, Tesla is back to its money-losing ways as a $702 million quarterly loss takes its cash down to $2.2 billion.
Apr 22, 2019
Tesla's Autonomy Day Presentation Leaves Biggest Questions UnansweredTesla's extraordinary "Full Self-Driving" claims require extraordinary proof, and that's not what today's investor presentation provided.
Apr 19, 2019
Tesla "Streamlines" Board of DirectorsFour members of the electric automakers board of directors will not stand for re-election as part of a "streamlining" effort.
Apr 16, 2019
Fact Checking Tesla's "Impact Report"It's no surprise that the electric automaker is having a positive environmental impact, so why does it need to exaggerate the good and gloss over the bad?
Apr 15, 2019