Automotive

Apple will begin testing self-driving car tech in California


GM doubles down on self-driving cars, hiring 1,100


Tesla reports record deliveries of vehicles in 1st quarter


Trump to announce do-over on fuel economy rules for automakers


Stuck in traffic? Just fly away (some day)


Demand for trucks, SUVs drives up February sales


Tesla's market cap is closing in on Ford's


Ford invests $1 billion in quest for driverless car


GM recalls older sports cars to fix air bag sensor problem


Nissan recalls Altima; door might open if window rolled down


BMW recalling 230K vehicles that may have Takata air bags


Fiat Chrysler adds 3 new Jeeps, creates 2,000 US jobs


See if your car made the list: Safest cars for 2017


Black Friday deals helped lift U.S. auto sales in November


Chrysler minivan gets 84 mpg equivalent in electric mode


Kia recalls about 72,000 SUVs; electric short can cause fires


Toyota will test car-sharing system that doesn't use keys


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