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This $7,500 3-D printed electric car took three days to make

XEV and Polymaker teamed up to create the first mass-producible 3-D printed car.

Why the tax law might make your car payments go up

The United States just started another epic borrowing binge. And if you borrow money you could end up paying the price. NYT reports.

Canadian university to partner with Chinese institutes on connected and autonomous vehicles

Collaboration will look to develop automated vehicle testing and deep learning in automated driving among other things.

Ford says it will beat Toyota in hybrids by 2021 with Mustangs and trucks

Ford is bringing hybrid technology to its most profitable and best-selling models, including trucks and muscle cars.

Ford is releasing new advanced driver assistance system in late 2018

Ford says its upcoming driver assistance system will beat those from Honda, Toyota and Chevrolet.

How to avoid extra costs that can come with an auto lease

If you're considering leasing instead of buying, make sure you understand how to minimize the cost of the agreement.

Lawsuits accuse automakers of faulty air bags, recall delays

GM, Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen and Mercedes knew of exploding air bags years before issuing recalls, lawsuits allege.

Tesla employees say automaker is churning out a high volume of flawed parts requiring costly rework

Employees say Tesla is grappling with a high amount of flawed parts and rework at its Fremont factory where it makes new vehicles.

Moody's upgrades auto industry outlook from negative to stable

Automakers delivered good profits and cash flows despite falling short of Moody's previous growth target.

See inside the Miami dealership that has $25 million worth of supercars

The collection includes a $6.5 million Pagani Zonda and a $3.8 million La Ferrari.

Ford recalls nearly 1.4 million cars, steering wheel can come loose

The recall covers certain Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ cars from the 2014 through 2018 model years.

China is getting more selective in developing its electric vehicle industry: Analyst

The Chinese government's policies toward electric vehicles are becoming more selective recently.

Trump tariff could be a 'big problem,' says CEO of Europe's biggest car maker

VW's group CEO says he wants to see how German politicians react to the threat of import tariffs.

Tesla paused Model 3 production for planned upgrade in February

Tesla temporarily suspended production of its Model 3 electric car from Feb. 20-24 for planned work.

Waymo to launch self-driving truck pilot in Atlanta for Google data centers

Alphabet's autonomous driving technology subsidiary is launching a new pilot program for freight.

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