The semiconductor shortage continues to take a toll, with Subaru announcing it is temporarily shutting down plants in Japan in July.
Volvo is working with Swedish steel maker SSAB in an effort to move to fossil-free steel for automotive production.
Volkswagen has disclosed a data breach with one of its vendors, impacting some 3.3 million North American customers and prospective buyers.
General Motors has made its OnStar Guardian software available for non-GM vehicles.
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Tesla is currently “under review” by California’s DMV to determine if the company’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology claims were misleading.
Tesla has raised prices on some of its electric vehicles, thanks to a global semiconductor shortage.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is has expressed her desire to have personal autonomous vehicles by 2030.
Electric vehicle (EV) adoption has a problem keeping people long-term, as 20% of California EV owners switch back as a result of inconvenience.
Ford, BMW and Honda are all experiencing major production issues as a result of the global semiconductor shortage.