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VW: Retro-styled electric delivery van is production-ready

VW says its retro-styled I.D. Buzz Cargo autonomous electric delivery van could be launched as early as 2021.

Chevy's next Tahoe adds independent rear suspension

Spy photos of the next-generation Chevrolet Tahoe undergoing road tests in Milford, Mich., show the large SUV with an independent rear suspension, a notable engineering change from its traditional live axle design.

A call to return to stock car racing's roots, with EVs

EV racing would be far more interesting if all of the vehicles were stock, the race was a designated distance -- say, 200 or 225 miles -- and no recharges or vehicle changes were allowed.

The story behind Ford's self-driving car plans; will they go public?

Ford's $1 billion investment in Argo AI, a self-driving startup, is the automaker's way of trying to catch up to Google affiliate Waymo and General Motors in the driverless car derby.

Tesla worker testifies Elon Musk summoned him to meeting, ripped UAW

A Tesla employee testified that he was summoned into a meeting last year in which Elon Musk told him that UAW representation would leave him voiceless, but that the automaker would let workers have it if their safety concerns weren't addressed.