General Motors Ditches Steering Wheel on New Car

Just as 1908 marked the end of the horse and buggy era with the introduction of the Ford Model T, 2018 may well be remembered as the end of the automotive era, as General Motors begins mass-production of a driverless car without steering wheels or pedals. General Motors announced its self-driving Cruise AV—a modified electric Chevrolet… Please follow and like us:

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Ford sales rose in December on strength of pickups; Fiat Chrysler and GM fall

DETROIT — Ford’s U.S. sales rose 0.9 percent in December, fueled by 89,385 F-Series pickup trucks. Fiat Chrysler sales fell 11 percent while General Motors dropped 3.3 percent. For perspective, Ford sold more than twice as many large pickups as the total of all Ford passenger cars sold in the month, 44,871. At Fiat Chrysler, Jeep… Please follow and like us:

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