Stellantis' mass layoffs at its Jeep plants are a stark consequence of its resistance to California's emissions regulations, sending ripples through the automotive industry.
Volkswagen's bidirectional charging technology is reshaping the electric vehicle landscape in Europe, but its arrival in the United States remains uncertain.
In a heated exchange, China accuses President Biden of violating international trade rules by attempting to exclude Chinese batteries from the American electric vehicle supply chain, raising concerns about the future of EVs and global trade.
Along with custom locking sounds, Bluetooth Headset support and more, coming next week.
Stellantis and Ample have teamed up to introduce an innovative battery swap technology for electric vehicles, starting with the Fiat 500e.
China's BYD takes on Tesla with its Seal electric sedan, offering competitive pricing and impressive specs, aiming to close in on Tesla's global EV sales dominance.
That translates into a 4.99% stake in XPeng Motors.
Honda is set to launch a 'new global EV series' at CES 2024, but the teaser leaves much to the imagination.
Tesla's Foundation Series Cybertruck offers early deliveries at a premium price, leaving potential buyers to weigh the cost against exclusive perks.
They also get a new battery preconditioning feature.
A big shift in the long-standing alliance, focusing on developing electric vehicles.
Nio's unexpected decision to spin off its battery manufacturing unit reflects a strategic pivot towards profitability and efficiency in the competitive electric vehicle market.
Lucid Motors introduces its 2024 Air sedans with lower prices and a new RWD Pure, offering customers more choices and flexibility in configuring their EVs.
But really, it beats the Porsche 911, these trucks haven't got a chance.
Mini Cooper SE JCW – all show but very little go.
Former Tesla employee Lukasz Krupski's whistleblowing has raised questions about the safety of Tesla's FSD system, leading to investigations, legal battles, and discussions about data security and transparency in the electric car industry.
General Motors (GM) has confirmed that the next-generation Chevrolet Bolt EV will debut in 2025, signaling a renewed commitment to the electric vehicle market.