Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi
Coronavirus: Uber Business Taking Hit, Has Enough Funds

In a call to investors, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has said the company is losing significant business because of the coronavirus, but has enough funds on hand.

Volkswagen Passat - Image by Goran Horvat
VW Switching to High-Nickel Batteries

Volkswagen is set to significantly increase the amount of nickel in its electric vehicle batteries.

Los Angeles
Uber Taking LADOT to Federal Court

Uber is taking its battle against the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) over customer data to federal court.

Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla Scouting Central U.S. For Cybertruck Gigafactory

Tesla is scouting locations in the Central U.S. for a site to build a Cybertruck Gigafactory.

Panasonic Ending Involvement In Tesla’s New York Solar Factory

Panasonic has announced it is winding down its involvement in Tesla’s solar factory in Buffalo, NY as there are increasing signs of a detonating partnership.

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Toyota Invests $400 Million In Pony.ai to Accelerate Autonomous Driving

Pony.ai has announced that it has secured $400 million in funding from Toyota to help develop its autonomous driving tech.

Tesla Model 3
Tesla Electronics Tech Six Years Ahead of Competitors

Tesla may not have nearly the size or market penetration of its more established rivals, but the company is years ahead of them in electronics technology.

BAE Systems PHASA-35
Solar-Powered High-Altitude Aircraft Makes Maiden Flight

BAE Systems has successfully completed the maiden flight of its solar-powered, high-altitude, unmanned aircraft.

Hyundai 2020 Sonata
Hyundai Signs Deal With Canoo For All-Electric Vehicle Platform

Hyundai has signed a deal with electric vehicle startup Canoo to co-develop a platform that will serve as the basis for the automaker’s electric vehicle endeavors.

Uber Jump Scooter
Bad News For Uber: L.A. Wins Data-Sharing Appeal

Uber and Los Angeles have been fighting over a rule ordering scooter rental companies to share ride data with the city—a rule that was just upheld on appeal, according to the Los Angeles Times.