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TuSimple CEO Cheng Lu sketches the promising road ahead for driverless trucks

In this Q&A, TuSimple CEO Cheng Lu discusses the company's recent 80-mile driverless test between Phoenix and Tucson, newfound computing power developed with Nvidia, and how supply-chain constraints are affecting business.

Dealer anniversaries

The dealers featured this week include Roy Sommerhalter and Wayne Carenza, owner and general manager of Park Avenue BMW in Rochelle Park, N.J.; the Mathews Auto Group in Ohio and Florida and Colorado auto dealer Mike Maroone.

Increasing mpg just extends the problem

The best solution to harmful CO2 emissions is to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles, leave existing vehicles alone and let car companies and consumers figure out what they want to make and buy, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

How auto lenders can improve credit opportunities

Lenders reviewing "alternative data" can help customers without sufficient credit history. Some of those denied a loan might be proven creditworthy.

Inventory climbs up, back above 1 million

While supplies were significantly lower than they were at the same point a year ago, some automakers are beginning to show signs of recovery, including Ford and Stellantis.

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