We already knew about Volkswagen’s plans to introduce autonomous EVs for ride-hailing services early next decade. Now, a new collaboration with self-driving tech company Aurora will help the automaker bring driverless cars to market more quickly than it could have alone.

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Over the summer, Aston Martin confirmed plans to offer optional hybrid versions across its range. Thankfully, at least for now, it doesn’t sound like Aston Martin plans to only offer hybrids anytime soon, but in the interest of improving fuel economy, it has to at least offer some.

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Hyundai has partnered with autonomous vehicle tech company Aurora to bring self-driving vehicles to market by 2021. The automaker also announced that its new fuel cell SUV, bound for CES, will serve as the first test vehicle for the joint project.

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Pull out any issue of Popular Science from the past 50 years, and you’ll likely find a story predicting that we would be living in a world of self-driving cars any decade now.

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Tesla announced today that it built 29,870 vehicles this past quarter, including 15,200 Model S sedans, 13,120 Model X SUVs, and 1,550 Model 3 cars. Approximately 3,380 vehicles were still in transit at the end of the fourth quarter, a figure that includes about 860 Model 3 cars.

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If you’re thinking about buying a new Tesla Model 3, Chevrolet Bolt, or Nissan Leaf, you might want to consider leasing instead.

Nearly 80 percent of all EVs in the U.S.

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In 2016, the U.S. auto industry set another record, marking the seventh straight year that auto sales improved year-over-year. Unlike previous years, however, setting that record came down to the wire and required heavy incentive spending from the automakers.

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When Mercedes set out to redesign its G-Class sport-utility for the first time since its 1979 introduction, one of its biggest goals was to improve the brick-shaped SUV’s on-road behavior.

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It was recently reported that Ford will stop building the Fusion in North America at the end of the decade, and that it won’t export copies from China.

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Self-driving tech company Aptiv has partnered with Lyft to offer the public rides in autonomous cars during CES.

The cars will chauffeur people to more than 20 different destinations around Las Vegas where the annual show is held.

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