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Are you a new bitcoin millionaire and in the market for a yacht? You might be in luck

First Malibu mansions, next ultra luxurious yachts — the ways in which cryptocurrency enthusiasts can spend their virtual riches is growing.

Even as California embraces electric vehicles, pickup trucks still rule its roads

Data shows the Ford F-Series pickup outsold all pure electric vehicles combined in 2017.

BMW opens job training school for US Marines at Camp Pendleton

The German automaker said its technical training program will be the first for a premium automaker on a US military base.

Car shoppers may find deals with President's Day weekend sales push

The three-day weekend is the first big sales push of the year at dealerships.

Carlos Ghosn: 'We're probably the only carmaker who's starting to make money selling electric cars'

The auto alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi is probably the most advanced and profitable carmaker when it comes to producing electric cars, the company's CEO told CNBC Friday.

Traffic deaths edge lower, but 2017 stats paint worrisome picture

The National Safety Council estimates there were 40,100 motor vehicle deaths last year, down 1 percent from the prior year.

Dyson bets on electric cars to shake up industry

Engineering pioneer will produce 3 vehicles from scratch in bold £2 billion venture, Financial Times reports.

This Tesla bear believes the company will hit its Model 3 production target

Tesla will likely hit its Model 3 production target by the end of the second quarter, but there is still risk.

Cars and trucks set record for dependability in JD Power survey

J.D. Power's survey owners of 3-year-old vehicles showed a 9 percent drop in complaints.

Expectations are high for electric vehicles in China

Electric vehicles appear to be gaining further ground in China, and companies are betting that the trend will continue.

General Motors will shut a South Korean plant, more cuts could follow

GM will close one of four vehicle assembly plants and will decide on the future of the other operations in South Korea.

Air bag danger: Ford adds 33,000 Rangers to do-not-drive list

Ford and safety regulators are telling more than 30,000 Ranger pickup truck owners not to drive.

Takata settles with injured drivers to exit bankruptcy

Takata reached a settlement with those injured by defective air bags, which helps the company to exit bankruptcy.

Ford plans to ramp up production of the Expedition and Lincoln Navigator amid soaring demand

With demand for its redesigned full-size SUV's surging, Ford is expanding production of the Expedition and Lincoln Navigator.

Ford plans to ramp up production of the Explorer and Lincoln Navigator amid soaring demand

With demand for its redesigned full-size SUV's surging, Ford is expanding production of the Explorer and Lincoln Navigator.

3M CEO on how the Scotch Tape maker plans to seize on the $6 billion electric car market

Jim Cramer sits down with 3M Chairman and CEO Inge Thulin to discuss the manufacturer's array of forward drivers.

Here's one way Tesla managed to lower its cash burn that won’t last

Analysts said Tesla's improving customer deposit figures are driven by its recently announced Semi truck.

Tesla analyst on Musk: 'We discount what he says pretty substantially'

Elon Musk has a trust a problem, but Tesla certainly makes great cars, says Oppenheimer's Colin Rusch.

We still don't know how many Model 3 cars Tesla is making

Tesla is addressing Model 3 production issues at its factories, but questions and skepticism remain.

Tesla shares fall as Wall Street doubts the slowing cash burn is for real

Analysts are not convinced Tesla's better than expected cash flow numbers will last.