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Nissan to Roll Out Autopilot-Like Feature in Japan
The ProPilot system lets the Nissan Serena accelerate, brake and navigate bumper-to-bumper highway traffic in a single lane.
The onboard display inside a Tesla Model S.
Amid Investigation, Tesla Has No Plans to Disable Autopilot 2
Musk: “A lot of people don’t understand what it is and how you turn it on. It says beta specifically so people do not become complacent.”
Tesla Readies Updated 'Secret Masterplan'
This would update the "masterplan" announced by Musk in 2006 when he promised "an electric car without compromises," and a long-term vision of building "affordably priced family cars."
US Probes Brake Failures on Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
US Probes Brake Failures on Harley-Davidson Motorcycles 1
Riders report sudden brake system failure occurring without warning. About 430,000 motorcycles are involved in the probe.
Boeing Deal Uncertain; House Votes to Ban Aircraft Sales to Iran 10
Two amendments approved to an appropriations bill would ban sales from Boeing and European rival Airbus.
Tata Steel, ThyssenKrupp Considering Joint Venture
\Britain's government has been racing to help find a buyer for Tata's British operations.
Spain Charges Volkswagen with Fraud over Emissions
Spain Charges Volkswagen with Fraud over Emissions
The investigation centers on suspected diesel engine manipulation, made possible by software which detected test conditions and temporarily cut emissions to pass tests on environmental norms.
German Industrial Production Disappoints in May
German Industrial Production Disappoints in May
The domestic economy is booming, but the former growth engines -- exports and industrial production -- are weakening.
US Factory Orders Fall in May
US Factory Orders Fall in May
The manufacturing sector overall remains sluggish, due to slow domestic and global economic activity and the strong dollar's impact on U.S. exports.
The Juno spacecraft, with Jupiter in the background.
Juno Orbits Jupiter, Plenty of Observation Remains
“This amazing universe that we see, how does that work and how did it begin? That is one of the amazing things about working for NASA and working on big projects. You get to answer big questions.”
Workers in a Chinese factory.
GLOBAL ROUNDUP: Chinese Manufacturing Deteriorates Sharply
In China, the Caixin PMI dropped to 48.6 in June from 49.2 in May. ... Euro-area manufacturing hits its highest mark in 2016. ... Russian manufacturing hits its highest mark since late 2014.
A Takata airbag, deployed inside a 2001 Honda Accord.
If You Drive One of These Cars, Fix Your Airbags Now 1
If you drive a 2001-2002 Civic, a 2001-2002a Accord, a 2002-2003 Acura TL, a 2002 CR-V, a 2002 Odyssey, a 2003 Acura CL, or a 2003 Pilot, make a holiday weekend appointment and have your airbag replaced.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe.
GLOBAL ROUNDUP: Japanese Factory Output Dives in Recovery Knock
With plenty of parliament seats open next month, the future of Abenomics remains uncertain. ... Canada posts first GDP growth since January.
'Huge Uncertainity' in British Car Market After Brexit Vote
The country's automotive sector employs around 800,000 people and produced 1.59 million cars last year. Some 80% of those were exported, mostly to Europe.
Line workers assemble Toyota cars at the company's Takaoka plant.
Toyota Recalling 3.37 Million Vehicles Over Two Defects
The Prius, the Corolla and the Lexus brand are the most affected makes and models, with a fuel emission control problem and unsafe airbags the recall drivers.
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