Sir Jony Ive is one of the most successful product designers in the world, and will now be working with Ferrari, one of the most iconic auto makers.
The White House is discussing the ongoing semiconductor crisis with companies as the auto industry is poised to lose $210 billion in revenue.
Volkswagen’s truck unit, Traton Group, is taking chips from unfinished vehicles to finish others, a new indication of the impact of the semiconductor shortage.
GM is shutting down production at almost all of its North American plants as a result of the global chip shortage.
Ford is joining the growing list of companies pushing back their return to the office date, telling employees they will not be back till next year.
Electric vehicle startup Rivian is preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) as the electric vehicle market heats up.
Waymo is expanding its autonomous testing in San Francisco, accepting passengers, provided they’re willing to meet the terms.
The US has cleared the way for Huawei to purchase chips for its auto component business, giving the company a bit of a reprieve.
Elon Musk has admitted that Tesla’s current Full Self-Driving (FSD) software leaves much to be desired, and offered an explanation why.
Lyft co-founderJohn Zimmer is extremely confident the court ruling that found California Proposition 22 unconstitutional…