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Startup supplier Tula Technology worries about CAFE rollback

Tula Technology CEO Scott Bailey is convinced the CAFE rules played a major role in GM's 2012 decision to invest in Tula, become a development partner and license its technology.

Cox Automotive seeks tighter integration of brands

So far, CEO Sandy Schwartz grades the company's integration of more than a dozen unique brands as a B-minus.

Autonomous car boosters want to reprogram pedestrians

Some autonomous car technologists say the problem isn't that self-driving cars don't work, it's that people act unpredictably.

How to build a McLaren supercar

McLaren Automotive builds its high-dollar supercars in an unusual, 371,354-square-foot partially underground building in bucolic southern England.

VW's Diess learned about emissions software months before scandal, report says

VW CEO Herbert Diess was told about the existence of cheating software in cars two months before regulators blew the whistle on a multi-billion exhaust emissions scandal, a German magazine said.