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Toyota President Objects to Premature EV-Only Transition

Automakers around the world are rushing to transition their lineups to electric vehicles (EVs), but Toyota’s President is not a fan of an EV-only approach.

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Tesla Software Update Brings Rough Road and Pothole Scanning

Tesla is taking another step to improving its Full Self-Driving (FSD) with a new software update that detects rough roads and potholes and adjusts accordingly.

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The EU May Ban New Combustion Engine Cars by 2035

Support is growing for an EU measure that would ban the sale of new vehicles powered by combustion engines by 2035.

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Elon Musk Wants to Cut 10% of Tesla Staff

Elon Musk has reportedly sent an email to executives saying he has a “super bad feeling” about the economy and wants to cut jobs by 10% and freeze hiring.

Panasonic Closing in on Site for US Battery Plant

Panasonic is getting close to selecting a US state to host its new battery manufacturing plant.

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Volkswagen May Have Bitten Off More Than It Can Chew in Race With Tesla

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess is now admitting his goal of toppling Tesla as the world’s number one electric vehicle (EV) automaker by 2025 may be a bit ambitious.

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Tesla Recalls 130K Vehicles Over Blank Touchscreens

Tesla is recalling some 130,000 vehicles over touch screens that go blank as a result of an overheating issue.

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Michigan to Have the First US-Based Wireless EV Charging Road

Driving an electric vehicle (EV) is on the way to becoming less stressful, with the first wireless EV charging road coming to Michigan.

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BMW CEO Not a Fan of EV-Only Strategies

Automakers may be racing to transition to electric vehicles (EVs), but BMW CEO Oliver Zipse isn’t a fan of that approach.

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Canada to Ban Combustion Engine Cars Sales by 2035

Automakers will no longer be able to sell combustion engine passenger cars in Canada, effective 2035, adding to the growing impetus for a full transition to electric vehicles.