Daimler and Mercedes-Benz are going all-in on electric vehicles, planning on spending 40 billion euros ($47 billion) by 2030.
Elon Musk says his company will open its Supercharger network to electric vehicles (EV) from other companies later this year.
United Airlines and Mesa Air Group are each buying 100 electric aircraft from Swedish company Heart Aerospace.
GM is warning that at least two Chevrolet Bolts have caught fire, despite being serviced in a recall.
Despite constrained inventory and a global semiconductor shortage, GM sold 40% more vehicles in its second quarter.
Volocopter has demoed its electric air taxi at the Paris Air Forum, vowing to bring air taxi services to market in time for the 2024 Olympics.
Buyers of the all-new electric F-150 may be in for a pleasant surprise, as critics believe it may have longer range than advertised.
Tesla is poised to take the unusual step of paying for semiconductors in advance in an effort to stay ahead of the shortage.
Ford has unveiled its Ford+ plan, including IonBoost batteries and plans to have 40% of its vehicles electric by 2030.
Germany is poised to be the first country to clear autonomous vehicles for everyday use.