Tesla is poised to become the next $1 trillion company, thanks to potential demand in China, according to one analyst.
Not just anyone can stand up the Russian president, but that appears to be exactly what Elon Musk did.
Volvo has become the latest company to embrace an all-electric lineup, promising to achieve that goal by 2030.
Hyzon Motors announced plans to build the largest fuel cell membrane electrode assembly (MEA) production line for commercial vehicles in the United States.
You’re going to see companies like Tesla and then potentially Apple getting into a car. I really think about this matching up as Apple versus Tesla long term.
After suffering devastating losses as a result of US sanctions, Huawei may be preparing to pivot to electric vehicles.
Ford is the latest automaker to commit to an all-electric lineup. The company announced its entire passenger vehicle lineup would be zero-emissions capable, plug-in hybrid or all-electric by mid-2026. By 2030, the entire passenger lineup will be all-electric.
GM has unveiled its 2022 Chevy Bolt, including a larger EUV crossover model.
Elon Musk has already revolutionized the auto industry, but he wants to go further by making the Roadster hover.
United Airlines has announced it is partnering with Archer to deploy a fleet of short-haul electric aircraft.