Though it seems clear Tesla CEO Elon Musk would rather spend most of his days attempting to weasel his way out of a disastrous Twitter deal, renewed threats of an Autopilot recall from federal regulators may force the billionaire to re-focus on his day job. Read...

U.S. federal safety regulators have “upgraded” its investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot advanced driver assistance system after discovering new incidents of the EVs crashing into parked first-responder vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in a notice Thursday...

A California court ruled this week to let Waymo hide some of the safety data for its autonomous vehicles—a decision that could have ripple effects for how other autonomous vehicle makers handle the trade secrets of their self-driving tech moving forward. Read...

A California court ruled this week to let Waymo hide some of the safety data for its autonomous vehicles—a decision that could have ripple effects for how other autonomous vehicle makers handle the trade secrets of their self-driving tech moving forward. Read...

A California court ruled this week to let Waymo hide some of the safety data for its autonomous vehicles—a decision that could have ripple effects for how other autonomous vehicle makers handle the trade secrets of their self-driving tech moving forward. Read...

A California court ruled this week to let Waymo hide some of the safety data for its autonomous vehicles—a decision that could have ripple effects for how other autonomous vehicle makers handle the trade secrets of their self-driving tech moving forward. Read...

A California court ruled this week to let Waymo hide some of the safety data for its autonomous vehicles—a decision that could have ripple effects for how other autonomous vehicle makers handle the trade secrets of their self-driving tech moving forward. Read...

Federal regulators want to know whether or not Tesla’s in-car video game system is distracting drivers. In a statement sent to Gizmodo, the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed it’s launching a formal investigation into the company’s “Passenger Play” feature which...

Federal regulators want to know whether or not Tesla’s in-car video game system is distracting drivers. In a statement sent to Gizmodo, the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed it’s launching a formal investigation into the company’s “Passenger Play” feature which...