There's new information about a deadly plane crash in Westchester County that killed two men from Ohio. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
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A Chick-fil-A restaurant's traffic got so bad that city officials ordered it to be demolished and plan to build a new drive-thru-only location
A Chick-fil-A in North Carolina will be torn down, and rebuilt as a double drive-thru restaurant with no dining room after complaints by locals.
The City of Pittsburgh announced Wednesday that the Charles Anderson Memorial Bridge will close “immediately” to vehicle traffic for repairs.
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Tesla's Cybertruck is the object of endless speculation. Sci-fi vehicle, some enthused fans of Tesla and CEO Elon Musk say. Since its introduction in November 2019 at a promotional event in Los Angeles, the Cybertruck has captured the hearts of Tesla fans.
Tesla might be the loudest in the room when talking about driverless cars, but Mercedes claims it just beat Tesla at its own game. With a starting price at $105,450, it was ranked eighth for luxury electric vehicles (EVs) by Car and Driver, behind Lucid's Air, several of the Porsches, the Tesla model S and the BMW i7. While folks fawn over the Cyber Truck and the latest new EV, Mercedes has been hard at work developing the inside of its cars -- specifically, its autonomous driving capabilities.
Japan's Honda Motor Co said it will start producing a new hydrogen fuel cell system jointly developed with General Motors Co this year and gradually step up sales this decade, in a bid to expand its hydrogen business. Honda will target annual sales of around 2,000 units of the new system in the middle of this decade, the company said on Thursday, aiming to boost that to 60,000 units per year in 2030. The Japanese carmaker is seeking to expand the use of its new system not only for its own fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), but also commercial vehicles such as heavy trucks, as stationary power stations and in construction machinery.
There are no more new 747 jets left for Boeing to deliver. The last 747 jet was delivered to aircraft and aircraft services provider Atlas Air Worldwide (AAWW) on Jan. 31. The “monumental day is a testament to the generations of Boeing employees who brought to life the airplane that ‘shrank the world,’ and revolutionized travel and air cargo as the first widebody,” said Stan Deal, CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
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Billionaire Richard Branson calls the Boeing 747 a 'wonderful beast' after the last jumbo jet is delivered but says it was 'too expensive'
Richard Branson bid farewell to the Boeing 747, but said the daily fuel costs across the Atlantic became too expensive, per Reuters.
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Ford planned to build a Bronco that would knock the Jeep Wrangler from its off-road perch. Ford says it is surprised by speed of success.
A San Francisco cable car derailed in San Francisco Wednesday evening. Video from the Citizen app shows activity around the cable car at Washington and Hyde in Nob Hill. The only people onboard were two operators. Neither was injured, officials said.
Nissans first revealed the Max-Out as a render back in 2021.
Electric vehicle sales at Ford Motor dipped to start the new year, showing how confused car buyers are about new tax incentives and how unwilling they are to pay high prices. F-150 Lightning sales were 2,264 in January, down 4% from December’s 2,359. Ford also sold 357 E-transit vans.
The Tesla founder's ownership of Twitter could pose risks for him, just as Ford's ownership of a newspaper created controversy.
Don’t miss the chance to put this 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible in your garage for almost nothing.
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Ford gave the Maverick Tremor all the right rally hardware. Now all it needs is a few new lines of code.
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Prospective EV-buyers shouldn't lean on range to decide on going electric. They should dive into other variables, like ease of charging and cost.
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Joseph Lindsey Charles Bailey was charged with DUI manslaughter in the death of Barbara Margaret A jury found him guilty; a judge imposed prison time.
It’s been a rough few months for Tesla, but now it’s starting to look like its drastic price cuts in China are starting to pay off in terms of demand. Reuters reports that the automaker plans to boost output at its Shanghai plant over the next couple of months because demand has had such a big jump.
After focusing on the US with plans for an electric van, Arrival now faces an uncertain path to production. Here's the latest.