Ride-sharing giant Uber says it is parking its fleet of self-driving cars after an accident involving one of the experimental vehicles late last week in Tempe, Arizona.
Why do we like to watch some companies fail and not others? It usually comes down to the size of their ambitions: the bigger they are, the better the show. That’s why the implosion of brash, boastful Faraday Future has been so fascinating.
By lowering the minimum threshold of what it calls drunk driving, Utah will become the strictest state when it comes to getting behind the wheel after a drink or three—and it may not be the last.
From Motor Authority:
Since 1986, Porsche has offered customers the opportunity to build a bespoke sports car. In the process, Porsche has also treated enthusiasts at large to Exclusive models to mark various occasions. Those Exclusive models are the subject of Porsche’s latest Top 5 video.
One of Uber’s self-driving prototypes ended up on its side after a high-speed crash in Tempe, Arizona on Saturday.
McLaren Special Operations wants to build 2-3 bespoke cars per year With McLaren Automotive roaring to life in 2010, after spinning off McLaren Racing, the automaker is eyeing up additional, one-off models through McLaren Special Operations
From Green Car Reports:
The news earlier this week that the Tesla Model 3 would skip its usual “beta” development phase came as a shock to the industry and even to Tesla fans.
Not all electric vehicles have wheels.
California is very different from the rest of the United States.