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General Motors announces recall for 4.3 million vehicles to fix a small airbag related software glitch

General Motors announces recall for 4.3 million vehicles to fix a small airbag related software glitch

General Motors has announced recall of 4.3 million vehicles sold between 2014 and 2017 for a small software issue which could stop airbag deployment in certain cases. General Motors said that the issue has been linked to three injuries and one death. The company said that owners of impacted vehicles will be contacted by the company and the recall involves software update.

Tesla Models S Appears To Be Good Camping Car

Tesla Models S Appears To Be Good Camping Car

Tom Randall from Bloomberg had a small experience with trying out the Tesla Model S as a camping vehicle and turns out that the experience was not that bad after all. Randall took this expedition after learning about a small community of drivers who actually have undertaken this mission before. Many might wonder the reason behind someone, who can afford a Tesla, not opting to stay in a hotel, but in the car.

Harley-Davidson agrees to $12 million fine over Motorcycle Emissions

Harley-Davidson agrees to $12 million fine over Motorcycle Emissions

Harley-Davidson has agreed to resolve motorcycle emissions issue by agreeing to pay a civil fine of $12 million. The company has also agreed to stop sales of after-market devices that lead to high pollution than the norms. The issue was mainly caused by ‘super tuners’ sold by Harley-Davidson since 2008.

Ford announces plans for autonomous vehicles to be launched in 2021

Ford announces plans for autonomous vehicles to be launched in 2021

Ford has finally announced its involvement in autonomous vehicles. The automobile maker says it will launch its ride-hailing or ride-sharing services in 2021. The company announced Tuesday its plans to develop and use autonomous vehicles.

Volkswagen will not bring back most of its diesels in the US market anytime soon

Volkswagen will not bring back most of its diesels in the US market anytime soon

Hinrich Woebcken, Volkswagen’s North American chief, has made it clear the company has no plans to reintroduce most of its diesels in the US anytime soon. Woebcken said that they will introduce diesel where it makes sense as a package to the car.

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