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  1. Musk says Apple passed on Tesla acquisition three years ago

    Tesla got near bankruptcy as it ramped up Model 3 production in 2017 and 2018.

  2. The 911 Carrera S: Two pedals good, three pedals better

    Porsche designed the 992 around the PDK gearbox; why is the manual so darn good?

  3. Apple is allegedly working on a passenger car, breakthrough battery tech

    Reuters cites several anonymous sources in this update to Project Titan

  4. These tires work better in snow thanks to 3D printing

    Additive manufacturing helps create 3D "sipes" that open and close as you drive.

  5. Car crashes killed 36,096 people in the US in 2019

    Urban pedestrian and cyclist deaths have risen over the last decade.

  6. Why racing drivers trust their lives to a fireproof fabric called Nomex

    Today's gear is lighter, brighter, more comfortable to wear, and protects longer.

  7. Battery prices have fallen 88 percent over the last decade

    Cheaper batteries are making it easier to fight climate change.

  8. Tesla Cybertruck Hot Wheels toy ships late—just like real Tesla cars

    Elon Musk can't be blamed for this production delay.

  9. The Audi R8 V10 performance: They won’t make them like this much longer

    A mild midlife facelift does nothing to dampen our enthusiasm for the R8.

  10. Cruise says it has started driverless testing—I’m skeptical

    Rival Waymo has been offering driverless rides to the public since October.

  11. Tesla plans to raise another $5 billion as value soars above $600 billion

    Tesla could end the year with $20 billion in the bank.

  12. Uber abandons dreams of self-driving domination, sells self-driving unit

    Uber is pumping $400 million into a startup led by a Google self-driving veteran.

  1. This Arizona college student has taken over 60 driverless Waymo rides

    Human drivers are pretty safe, making it hard to prove driverless tech is safer.

  2. Lidar startup goes public, makes founder a billionaire

    Luminar used a special purpose acquisition company to avoid a traditional IPO.

  3. Audi and BMW to both leave Formula E—here’s why that’s OK

    New manufacturers will take their place.

  4. Everything we know about Hyundai and Kia’s new electric vehicle platform

    Modular chassis design, 800V architecture, and the first cars are due in 2021.

  5. Aftermarket truck mods pollute as much as 9 million extra pickups

    The EPA estimates 550,000 medium pickup trucks have disabled emissions controls.

  6. How Romain Grosjean walked away from F1’s scariest crash in decades

    After hitting the barriers at 140mph, the car split in half and caught fire.

  7. The Volkswagen ID.4 electric crossover gets its EPA range certification

    Deliveries of the ID.4 should begin in the next few weeks.

  8. Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E gets its official EPA range

    The EPA says the extended-range Mustang Mach-E can go 300 miles on a charge.

  9. Four Ars staffers bought electric cars recently—here’s what we got

    Electric vehicle customers today enjoy a wide selection—and a $7,500 tax credit.

  10. People asked for a Mazda 3 with more power: The 2021 Mazda 3 Turbo review

    With 250 horsepower and all-wheel drive, it's more refined than you'd expect.

  11. A luxury crossover with a mainstream price? The 2021 Toyota Venza

    The hybrid crossover is comfortable, efficient, and starts at just $32,470.

  12. Nikola soars as clueless investors mistake month-old GM website for new

    Investors mistook a month-old GM webpage for a new announcement.

  1. Chargepoint’s charging app now works with Apple CarPlay

    After four years, Apple finally opened the platform to EV charging apps.

  2. DHL is deploying electric class 8 trucks in Los Angeles

    The trucks, built by BYD, will haul cargo to and from its hub at LAX airport.

  3. S&P 500 adds Tesla, sending stock price soaring

    Tesla could immediately become one of the ten most valuable stocks in the index.

  4. After 12,523 replacements, Feds investigate Tesla Media Control Unit failures

    After ~3,000 write cycles to its eMMC NAND flash memory, complete failure occurs.

  5. Seamless car charging comes to Electrify America with Plug&Charge

    Model Year 2021 EVs from Ford, Lucid, and Porsche will support the new standard.

  6. Chevrolet recalls the Bolt EV after 5 confirmed battery fires

    Call your dealer to schedule a software patch, available from November 17.

  7. The iX is BMW’s new flagship electric vehicle

    The BMW iX should have an EPA-approved range of 300 miles.

  8. Nikola has $900 million in the bank, lost $117 million last quarter

    Nikola's new leadership may be bringing discipline to its product roadmap.

  9. Carmakers want to ditch battery packs, use auto bodies for energy storage

    There's a renaissance underway in structural battery research.

  10. Weekend eye candy: The new supercar exhibit at the Petersen Museum

    As the museum reopens to visitors, it celebrates 100 years of the supercar.

  11. Bentley will ditch internal combustion engines by 2030

    The 101-year old brand will introduce its first battery EV in 2025.

  12. The electric Volvo XC40 Recharge: First-drive impressions

    Ars got an hour on the road with a pre-production example of this new EV.