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Faraday Drives Prototype from LA to Las Vegas for CES

Faraday Drives Prototype from LA to Las Vegas for CES

After a period of silence, Faraday Future is using Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas for a low-key demonstration of its vehicle’s capability, starting with key executives driving one of the company’s prototype electric vehicles from its base near Los Angeles to...
Daimler, Volvo Pondering Potential Engine Partnership

Daimler, Volvo Pondering Potential Engine Partnership

With the high cost of developing electric and autonomous vehicles hanging over the industry, two longtime European rivals are considering combining forces to develop combustion engines that will be used in the future, according reports from Germany. Geely, the Chinese...
Live From Las Vegas!

Live From Las Vegas!

Technology and autos meet in Las Vegas with the opening of the annual Consumer Electronics Show this week. Automakers have flocked to CES in ever-rising numbers during the past decade as the line between technology and autos gets more and more difficult to...
BMW i3 Concept Gives Passengers a Suite New Ride

BMW i3 Concept Gives Passengers a Suite New Ride

Attendees at this year’s CES will see a unique fleet of BMW i3s whizzing around Las Vegas with a driver and a backseat passenger. Backseat? The new i3 Urban Suite concept is designed with a driver’s seat in a conventional position; however, the rest of the little city...
Jeep Bringing Three Plug-in Hybrids to CES

Jeep Bringing Three Plug-in Hybrids to CES

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has been slow to embrace electrification. Indeed, former CEO Sergio Marchionne was so skeptical of the technology he once asked potential customers not to buy the company’s first all-electric model, a version of the little Fiat 500. But in a...