Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett has been fortunate to walk away without serious injuries after crashing his 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S in Sharon Township, Ohio. Garrett was driving the Porsche on Monday afternoon with a female passenger onboard when the sports car left the road and came to a rest on a grass
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Mercedes-Benz and Volvo, heeding Hurricane Ian’s potential impact, are idling their South Carolina plants ahead of the deadly storm’s predicted return to landfall. The Mercedes plant, near Charleston, S.C., has about 1,600 employees who build the Mercedes Sprinter and Metris vans. It will idle operations on Friday, Reuters reported. Volvo’s plant near Charleston in Ridgeville,
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 28, 2022 GM’s Cruise driverless robotaxi service has been rolled out to San Francisco successfully, but the cars themselves have caused some headaches for motorists in the city. This is represented by several incidents involving Cruise’s driverless robotaxis causing issues in traffic due to technical difficulties.  Just last week,
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South Korean and U.S. officials are working toward a “concrete proposal” to resolve their differences over electric vehicle subsidies, South Korea’s trade minister told CNBC. “We’ve established a specific dialogue channel to address this particular issue, and we are glad that the U.S. government wholeheartedly engaged with us to rectify the problems,” Ahn Duk-geun told
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MILAN — Renault CEO Luca de Meo has resigned as a director at Italy’s biggest phone company, Telecom Italia, to focus on the automaker’s turnaround plan, the telecoms company said. De Meo’s resignation will be effective after Telecom Italia’s board of directors meeting scheduled on Thursday, TIM said, adding the company’s nomination committee will start
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11:18 AM ET Associated Press Benjamin Pedersen is the first driver to land a promotion from Indy Lights into IndyCar as AJ Foyt Racing confirmed Wednesday he’ll be part of its 2023 lineup. Pedersen, a 23-year-old dual citizen of Denmark and the United States, spent last season running the full Indy Lights schedule for HMD
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DENVER — More than a decade ago, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously claimed, “Software is eating the world.” That trend certainly is reverberating through the automotive world. What was once a primarily atoms-focused hardware business is increasingly morphing into a bits-driven software and services one. Powertrain electrification and in-vehicle connectivity have turned cars into computers
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