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Robocar startup Vay sees remote drivers as autonomy shortcuts

The Berlin company says it can run its teleoperated cars for less than the price of an Uber ride.

VW readies Tenn. plant to make a more affordable ID4

The electric crossover's entry price will drop next year when the automaker introduces a version with a smaller battery pack.

Inventories recover a bit as demand moderates

It was second consecutive week that dealers were able to add at least a relatively small number of vehicles to their stocks, which remain at historically low levels.

Group 1's reach grows in deal for Prime stores

The acquisition would significantly boost the Houston company's presence in New England and the Mid-Atlantic.

Volvo's Samuelsson: A good time for change

The Volvo Cars CEO sees lower inventory and a higher-margin retail model in a post-COVID world.

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