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Cybersecurity firm attracts OEM funding

Automotive cybersecurity threats are rising. Multiple OEMs are hoping an Israeli startup can help defend their cars.

U.S. penalties deny consumers a choice

Government penalties against automakers for failure to comply with emissions regulations ultimately affect consumers' right to choose, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

M-B dealer faces discrimination charges

After reporting racial discrimination, a former sales manager says his commission was reduced and he was later fired.

Volvo plans flagship EV for S.C. as XC40 Recharge unveiled

Volvo plans to build an electric version of its flagship XC90 in South Carolina. It will join the newly-introduced XC40 EV, called the XC40 Recharge, at the vanguard of the automaker's plans to have battery-powered vehicles account for half of its global sales by 2025.

Ford taps into EV charging networks

The automaker wants to make plugging in easier ahead of the 2020 launch of its first long-range EV, a Mustang-inspired crossover.