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.
Ford has taken a major step toward moving its electric vehicle (EV) battery production in-house, with the announcement of Ford Ion Park.
Lyft has announced Toyota subsidiary Woven Planet is acquiring its self-driving division, Level 5.
Consumer Reports (CR) has tested Tesla’s Autopilot software and it’s not good news for the electric vehicle company.
Jaguar Land Rover is halting production at two of its UK factories as a result of the global semiconductor shortage.
GM is joining the list of companies, including its biggest competitor Ford, in embracing remote work.
Ford is laying down the gauntlet in the self-driving arena, declaring its BlueCruise software has completed the “Mother of All Road Trips.”