Hint: It isn't fancy, or fast.
Newer cars are computer networks on wheels. New research suggests that hackers could trigger deadly accidents.
Auto makers had to recall millions of vehicles this year because of defects and other problems. It didn't matter. Americans kept buying cars and trucks anyway.
A new U.S. Treasury report estimates that taxpayers will lose $25.1 billion on the auto bailout. But analysts note that the final price tag could be much lower--or higher--depending on when the government sells its shares of GM. And, of course, that number doesn't include the cost of not bailing out Detroit.