The entrepreneur for three decades tried to build an American supercar to take on those from Lamborghini and Ferrari. He died Jan. 15 at age 76.
Walters, 74, served four out of five years of his federal prison sentence for an elaborate insider-trading scheme. It's unclear whether Walters still owns car dealerships.
The pardoning of Anthony Levandowski, an undisputed tech genius who also happens to be a confessed trade-secret thief, is a real-life embodiment of the famous trolley problem.
The EQA crossover will be Mercedes-Benz's least expensive electric vehicle when it launches in Europe this spring.
A Florida dealership demanded that a customer return his new vehicle because Ford had provided it on the condition that it be kept in the showroom for four months before being sold.