Not every network is supported, but most of the big ones are.
That's sure to make a dent in the automaker's annual financial report.
If you paid for that mysterious "Full Self-Driving" package, you'll be eligible for a retrofit.
Hopefully they're short rides, or you'll end up paying more than the monthly rate.
Who doesn't like fender flares?
This is not the first patent application of its kind, surprisingly.
When will it reach all 50 states? That's a question currently lacking an answer.
An extra two years of factory coverage never hurts.
It should be able to top the F1's top speed of 243 mph, which is pretty bonkers.
Tesla's April Fools' Day joke is now an actual trademark application.
It's electric, it's claimed to be autonomous, and it could land in your open field as early as 2019.
Just don't expect them to be legal in areas where they'd be useful, at least to start.
Unwanted shocks are not only unpleasant, they're dangerous.
Even if the EPA rates it lower, that range is still remarkable.
This is great news from a safety standpoint alone.
It's a major project with both public- and private-sector partners, including Intel.
Mercifully, only about 700 C-HRs are being recalled for this particular problem.
As you might expect, pulling the craziest automotive stunts on the planet is not easy.
The automaker shelved its first EV warning system for something a bit more... grounded.
The issue can occur after high-speed maneuvers, which is what supercars are built for.
Don't worry, misanthropes -- you can still buy the Polestar 1 without any human interaction if you want.
Waze is trying to prevent humanity from being eaten by a traffic beast of its own creation.
It would be a boon to farmers, but it could cause some big issues in certain vehicles.
Foxx will also act as a senior advisor to Lyft's president and CEO.
It's still new in the automotive space, and Ford's taken a unique approach to its use.
As if the Bronco needed to be any more interesting.
It's proof that small cars can be plenty safe.
It'll hit 60 mph in about two seconds, the same as current rallycross racers.
It's estimated that a small number of recalled vehicles will actually contain the problem in question.
All those hours of Mario Kart and mobile gaming could finally pay off.
As far as NHTSA's own word goes, it's one through five stars and that's it.
The Renegade PHEV should end up in public hands in early 2020.
Steering response might diminish or disappear entirely. It's a big deal.
Owners can also receive "priority" software updates through this program.
The recall also includes the 2018-2019 Tundra and Sequoia.
And it'll do it with two fewer cylinders than everybody else.
The range extender will continue to be offered in other markets, including the US.
With almost 300 horsepower on tap, the SQ2 should be a pretty good time.
I hope you like forbidden fruit, because this one definitely ain't comin' Stateside.
The sedan will come with two power outputs, but the SUV will make do with one.
With up to 271 horsepower on tap, it's plenty sprightly.
It's still a hot hatchback, but it has a more coupe-like silhouette.
It's meant to represent "upscale ride hailing," which seems pretty spot on.
With F1-inspired tech wrapped around a 400-horsepower V6, this is one serious sports coupe.
When it comes to the US, it should be the next mass-market EV to surpass the Chevrolet Bolt EV's range.
In a hot minute the first production Speedster will make its way out of the factory in 2019.
Think of it like a private jet with wheels and no pilot.
The range figure is likely to drop a smidge before it arrives in the US.
1,948 units will be built, referencing the year the first Porsche 356 hit the road.
Volkswagen will use Microsoft's Azure platform to power its forthcoming connected services.
Smart's new concept celebrates 20 years of making strange little runabouts.
Stadler was arrested for his alleged role in VW Group's Dieselgate scandal.
With 30 percent more range, and an optional range extender, BMW's diminutive EV gets more and more appealing.
The battery is available on both the standard i3 and the sportier i3s.
It's based on the GT2 RS, and it uses the same 3.8-liter, twin-turbo flat-six.
Unlike last year's design study, this one appears to be fully functional.
That should hold the company over nicely, considering all E-Trons will come from a single plant.
Ford already receives an overwhelming majority of its metal from the US.
It was brought back after being discontinued a couple years ago.
'Cause there ain't no doubt, I love (driving over) this land (at speed).
It's not a bad way to spend $375,000, provided it's not your last $375,000.
The icons can't be removed from the Entune App Suite display, so they'll just throw error messages.
You'll have to wait a bit longer for full-lineup pricing and packaging.
Care By Volvo has no maximum height requirement, so yes, you can subscribe to it.
Its upgrades focus on taking the car further away from the pavement.
Customers might have to wait a hot minute to get their cars, though.
Small updates for the 2019 model year make this great plug-in hybrid even better.
In a segment that is hungry for everything new, Audi has set up the Q3 to succeed.
Its whereabouts "have never been established." This could be tough.
The whole lineup remains about as affordable as ever.
"The Beast" is perhaps the most appropriate nickname for this half-truck, half-limousine creation.
The new GLE and EQC will make their auto show debuts, as well.
The automaker will alter, not shelve, its fledgling pilot.
The first batch of Indian-built GLCs will arrive in the US next month.
Its first EV, the Taycan, should be revealed next year.
While it promises a bunch of electrified models in the future, it won't have any at all for a little while.
Ram's customers are apparently quite enamored with its massive infotainment setup.
The hearse-shaped crossover will continue on, even after its replacement, the Aviator, comes online.
You'll have to shell out more than $43,000 to get that sweet 3.3-liter V6, though.
It's electric, it's autonomous, and it's about as easy on the eyes as possible.
If you really want a 1.6-liter V6 in your life, this is the only way to get it, unless you buy an actual Formula 1 car.
Its engineers are making sure the car's F1-derived tech is ready for "mass" production.
It's electric and autonomous, but it also sports one gnarly vintage look.
The Ascent is now the seventh Subaru to earn TSP+ in 2018. Jeepers.
You'll have to have both iOS 12 and the latest Google Maps app update to make it work.
Expect more Ferraris in the future to pack vintage good looks.
These limited-edition models are just the start of something bigger.
It'll be available in a hybrid-electric variant, too.
It's one of a number of changes to the extended Golf lineup for 2019.
It could arrive in 2020, as the 300 sedan reportedly bids its final farewell.
Pushing back a release date is par for the course with electric-vehicle startups.
The subscription program also includes access to rentals through its Silvercar service.
Expect years of continued conversation about whether or not a car with four doors is a coupe.