More in Vehicles & Technology

  • Newswire

    CORRECTED-Two rival self-driving cars have close call in California  

    (In June 25 story, changes attribution in last sentence to the companies, instead of the California Department of Motor Vehicles and the companies) By Paul Lienert MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 25 (Reuters) - Two self-driving prototype cars, one operated by Google Inc and the other by Delphi Automotive Plc, had a close call on a Silicon Valley street earlier this week, a Delphi executive told Reuters on Thursday. It was believed to be the first such incident involving two vehicles specially equipped for automated driving....More
  • Newswire

    U.S. Recall of 72,000 Subaru Vehicles Focuses on Brakes  

    The recall covers '15- and '16-model year vehicles with potentially defective switches that could fail to activate the cars' automatic pre-collision braking system....More
  • Newswire

    Toyota, Nissan Expanding Takata Airbag Recall Globally  

    The Japanese automakers are recalling an additional 3.2 million vehicles following supplier Takata's agreement with U.S. regulators' order to declare more airbag inflators defective....More
  • Newswire

    Internal Airbag Probe Stalling, Takata CEO Tells Shareholders  

    Chief Executive Shigehisa Takada says the supplier's internal probe into defective airbag inflators linked to at least eight deaths and dozens of injuries is "not progressing very well."...More
  • Newswire

    EU Signs Off on Mahle Purchase of Delphi's A/C Business  

    The European Union's executive branch says it ruled the German auto supplier's $727 million purchase of Delphi's thermal systems business raised no competition concerns....More
  • Newswire

    U.S. Says Revisions to Takata Recall Likely  

    NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says the agency's estimate of 32 million defective inflators in U.S. cars will be adjusted to reflect double-counting of vehicles with two front airbags....More

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×