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Why Self-Driving Cars Will Change Retirement

It will basically be a cheap Uber [which allows a person to hail a private car or ride-share from a mobile phone], and with no need to talk to the driver.

The Koch Brothers’ War on Transit

How many local transit projects are drawing fire from the Koch political network? And what impact is it having?

Tesla building new supercharging station in Missoula

The company is currently building a supercharging station in Missoula on Grant Creek Road, off I-90, in the back parking lot of Starbucks.

Tesla unveils exotic features, go-fast model

Drivers will be able to get out of the car in their driveways and watch it park itself in the garage. When drivers are ready to leave, the car will able to drive itself up, with the car’s temperature and stereo system set to the driver’s preferences.

"It will come to you wherever you are," Musk says. "It will slowly make its way to you."

What Tesla Needs to Fix Before It Gives Us a New Model S

The sedan may be the best car you can buy today, but it’s hardly perfect.

The 11 Coolest Cars From the Paris Motor Show

But it’s not exactly restrained. The combination of three electric motors and a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine produces over 900 horsepower, enough to send this hybrid from a standstill to 62 mph in three seconds flat.

Newest Fuel Cell Vehicles: Trains!

"The only emissions from fuel cells are heat and water," one of the major benefits of hydrogen powered vehicles, according to "How Stuff Works."

Volkswagen’s New 300 MPG Car Not Allowed In America Because It Is Too Efficient

What excuse is there for banning highly efficient cars from American roads?

Car Makers Vaunt Future Tech at Paris Motor Show

"It’s coming to the point now that because of all these new technologies, car makers are starting to bring them together towards building vehicles capable of highly automated driving," said Ian Fletcher, analyst at IHS Automotive.

A Giant Charger That Juices Up Electric Buses in Three Minutes

Since it’s being charged frequently, the battery doesn’t need to store so much energy to begin with.