What worked in the past is going to be challenged in the future—if not outright eliminated by technological changes
GM sees an all-electric future. It must have quite the telescope
Electric-truck startup Rivian Automotive confirms it will supply the “skateboard” chassis to carry a premium-level electric vehicle developed by Ford.
Karma Revero Hybrid and BMW Wireless Charging Nab Awards
Fledgling autonomous vehicle test center seeks tenants, increased utilization
Design/engineering/manufacturing expert looks at the Cybertruck. He says when he saw it, “It was love at first sight”
The final ballots are actually tabulated and kept secret by Deloitte before being revealed on stage in Detroit. . . .
China, the world’s largest car market, contracted by 8% to 25.8 million vehicles last year and is likely to shrink another 2% in 2020.
Ford says it has best-in-class snowplow rating
As bizarre as some of his behavior is, there is absolutely no question that Musk has had a positive, transformative effect on the auto industry.
Carmakers have for the first time topped 17 million car and light-truck sales for five years in a row. They surpassed 17 million units only twice before: in 2000 and 2001.
Things you probably wished you got for Christmas, not under your tree, but in the driveway. . .
Electric car startups are still attracting major funding from hopeful investors. The latest example: $1.3 billion landed by Michigan-based Rivian Automotive.
What do events in 2019 portend for the industry’s future?
Ford is recalling 600,000 midsize sedans in the U.S. to fix hydraulic systems that could make the brake pedal suddenly feel spongy.
Starting next year, Californians will be able to have groceries and other goods delivered to them via a self-driving vehicle—with or without an onboard backup driver.
Why not get a limited-edition Mustang Shelby GT350 for that special someone on your list?
For being the “entry-lux” sedan, this really is one fine automobile
Sure, some people like to tow. Many of them buy HD trucks to do so. Now EVs enter the arena.
The best way to get around traffic isn’t always to follow “real time” GPS directions.