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Joint Light Tactical Vehicles/CNN
The Army this week selected the company to build its much-anticipated new vehicle to replace the Humvee -- a multibillion dollar contract.
Oshkosh Corporation, located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, won the $6.7 billion contract to produce the Joint Light Ta...
Tesla Motors via CNN
Tesla's new Model S P85D is so good it broke Consumer Reports' scoring system.
Consumer Reports rates vehicles on a zero-to-100 scale, but Tesla's high-performance, all-wheel-drive car scored 103.
"Consumer Reports had to make changes to its scoring me...
The latest Tesla sets a new benchmark at Consumer Reports' test track for what a car can be. Their engineers are impressed with the promise it holds for the future of the automotive industry.
When crowds throng to see Pope Francis during his visit to the United States next month, he'll be riding high in an American-made Jeep.
The Vatican confirmed to CNNMoney that the pope would be riding in a modified Jeep Wrangler.
Wranglers, built in a ...
Harold Cunningham/Getty Images
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has rejected a request to look into unintended acceleration in certain models of Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
You probably felt like you watched them grow up here in Jacksonville. Now, twin sisters are making the move from car dealership darlings to college-aged entrepreneurs.
Audi says it will unveil an electric-powered SUV with a range of more than 300 miles, which tops rival carmaker Tesla's Model S and upcoming Model X.
Some 26,400 Ford heavy duty trucks are being recalled because their seat belts may not be anchored in the correct position, reports The Detroit News.
Morgan Stanley really, really loves Tesla.
Traffic fatalities are up 14% so far in 2015, according to new data from the nonprofit National Safety Council.
That puts the year on pace to be the deadliest for drivers since 2007.
There were more than 18,600 motor-vehicle deaths from January through...
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Researchers just revealed that technology used in 126 types of cars makes them easier to steal, and that Volkswagen went to court two years ago to keep their discovery a secret.
Ford Motor Company via CNN
Ford's heavy duty pickup trucks which used to be built in Mexico started rolling off an assembly line in Ohio this week.
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