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Trump’s Trade War With China Pierces the Heart of Michigan
by ANA SWANSON
12 Jul 2018 at 11:21pm
Perhaps no state has more to lose from the administration?s crackdown on China than Michigan, where China?s ties to the auto industry run deep.
Wheels: 26 Vehicles Played in the Mud. Here?s the Dirt.
by TOM VOELK
12 Jul 2018 at 6:07pm
Mudfest puts a range of vehicles to the test both on the road and off. If you?re looking to buy an S.U.V. — and lots of consumers are ? the event?s winners are a good place to start.
China Wants High-Tech Cars. German Automakers Are Eager to Help.
by JAMIE CONDLIFFE
12 Jul 2018 at 4:26am
Volkswagen and BMW are among those striking deals with Beijing to help them become a larger part of the world?s biggest car market.
Tesla?s Latest Aim: Build 500,000 Cars a Year in China
by NEAL E. BOUDETTE
10 Jul 2018 at 9:10pm
The wholly owned operation, based in Shanghai, would be the first overseas factory for the automaker’s electric vehicles.
Nissan Workers in Japan Falsified Emissions Tests, Review Says
by CARLOS TEJADA
9 Jul 2018 at 6:20pm
The findings add another blow to the country?s vaunted reputation for quality manufacturing, and the automaker said it was investigating possible causes.
Wheels: Racing Series Helps Show the Way to a Battery-Powered Future
by JACK EWING
5 Jul 2018 at 9:37pm
Formula E, which will finish its season in Brooklyn this month, is a laboratory for automakers to work on problems like range, charging time and excess heat.
British Grand Prix May Need a New Home in 2020
by KATE WALKER
6 Jul 2018 at 1:09pm
The British Racing Drivers? Club, which runs the race, has opted out of its contract with Formula One, saying ?it is no longer financially viable.?
The Glory of Le Mans Spawns a Celebration of Its History
by IAN PARKES
4 Jul 2018 at 10:00am
The Le Mans Classic gathers drivers and cars that had raced at the 24 Hours and puts them back on the Circuit de la Sarthe for a three-day event.
Tesla Achieves a Key Weekly Goal for Producing Its Model 3
by NEAL E. BOUDETTE
3 Jul 2018 at 2:10pm
The automaker said it turned out more than 5,000 of the mass-market sedans last week, a threshold it has said is crucial to reaching profitability.
G.M. Says New Wave of Trump Tariffs Could Force U.S. Job Cuts
by TIFFANY HSU
30 Jun 2018 at 1:04am
The automaker said, in a filing with the Commerce Department, that new trade barriers “could lead to a smaller G.M.?
Top U.S. Automakers Report Higher Vehicle Sales in June
by REUTERS
4 Jul 2018 at 1:10am
Top U.S. automakers reported stronger June sales, as consumers continued to snap up sport utility vehicles and trucks in larger numbers, parking for now worries about rising fuel prices, higher interest rates and trade tensions.
Inside Tesla’s Audacious Push to Reinvent the Way Cars Are Made
by NEAL E. BOUDETTE
2 Jul 2018 at 2:15pm
Scrambling to turn out its first mass-market electric car, the automaker set up multiple assembly lines and is changing production processes on the fly.
Wheels: Buses, Delivery Vans and Garbage Trucks Are the Electric Vehicles Nex...
by ERIC A. TAUB
21 Jun 2018 at 6:34pm
Low-speed torque and whisper-quiet operation make electric vehicles an attractive alternative for commercial uses, and the incognito answer to Teslas and Bolts.
Wheels: When Cars Do the Driving, Who Will Feel the Joy?
by ROBERT C. YEAGER
15 Jun 2018 at 3:30am
As cars gain autonomy, drivers will do less driving. But what about the other ways people connect with their automobiles?
As Auto Industry Transforms, Ford and Volkswagen Consider an Alliance
by AMIE TSANG
20 Jun 2018 at 6:48pm
The two companies said they were exploring a strategic partnership, looking to join forces on projects like the development of commercial vehicles.
Elon Musk Accuses Tesla Employee of Sabotage
by NEAL E. BOUDETTE
19 Jun 2018 at 11:00pm
In an email to workers, he said the operation was ?quite extensive and damaging? at a time when the automaker was scrambling to ramp up production.
Ford Aims to Revive a Detroit Train Station, and Itself
by NEAL E. BOUDETTE
17 Jun 2018 at 4:01am
By renovating a symbol of the city?s decline, the company hopes to create a magnet for the talent needed to prevail in the next automotive era.
A Taste of Lime: Uber Invests in an Electric Scooter Company
by DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI
9 Jul 2018 at 7:27pm
The investment in Lime, an electric scooter start-up, is the latest effort by Uber to expand beyond ride-hailing.
Lens: Susan Meiselas: Breaching Boundaries in Photography
by JAMES ESTRIN
8 Jul 2018 at 3:33pm
Ms. Meiselas, a Magnum photographer since 1976, is the subject of a new book, ?Susan Meiselas: Mediations,? which examines her long career and diverse body of work.
Tech We?re Using: By Subway, Bus and Uber in New York, With Twitter and Other...
by EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS
20 Jun 2018 at 3:10pm
Technology is helping to solve transit issues, even if progress seems slow. Emma G. Fitzsimmons, who covers New York City transit for The Times, lays out how.

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