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Tesla could build 500,000 vehicles per year at its new factory in Germany. Here's how the company's plants compare to others in the car business


Take a look at the luxurious amenity kits you get when you fly with US airlines in first class, business, premium economy, and coach


A $3.2 million San Diego mansion with a 20-car garage larger than the house is up for sale



Shifting Gears: A massive trucking bankruptcy, Tesla gets a string of wins, and a look into the post-car future


Rolls-Royce created this custom 'Rose Phantom' with embroidered flowers throughout for a businessman obsessed with them


An Oakland City Council member wants to use cruise ships to house homeless people — but her plan faces a big obstacle



American Airlines just cancelled Boeing 737 Max flights until April, as Boeing's timeline for the jet's return is thrown into further doubt


I drove a $70,000 Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring to see if this suave SUV could serve up some plug-in hybrid power — here's the verdict


Delta is partnering with a private-jet startup, and the move reveals how the airline giant is looking to cash in by investing in unexpected spaces


The 'world's first post-car development' is being built in Arizona — here's what it will look like


The Porsche Taycan Turbo's range is much lower than the Tesla Model S', according to the EPA


Tesla has lost its top lawyer for the third time in the past year



The redesigned Chevy Suburban was just unveiled — here's a closer look at this 85-year-old icon


Inside Tesla's overhaul plan for its sales and delivery teams to solve one of its toughest customer challenges


The parents of the toddler who fell from the 11th floor of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship are suing the company


GM's former president is now running the self-driving-car company Cruise. He says it's time to move past the automobile.



Some 1,100 car shoppers said they'd rather buy an electric pickup truck from Ford or GM than Tesla's Cybertruck — but there's a silver lining for Tesla in the survey


The FAA said the Boeing 737 Max had a high risk of crashing, but let the plane continue flying anyway


The FAA administrator and a Boeing whistleblower are testifying before Congress about the troubled 737 Max


Boeing removed a feature that protects its 787 planes during lightning strikes as a cost-cutting measure, even after FAA experts objected