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Hyundai Is the One to Watch in the Race for EVs. Here’s Why
In 30 years, the Korean marque has gone from afterthought to global powerhouse. It’s poised to do it again with electric cars.
Tesla Opening Superchargers to Non-Teslas in Limited Trial
It’s the first time Tesla has let other EVs use its charging network.
JCB’s Newest Construction Vehicles Burn Hydrogen Instead of Diesel
The hydrogen future might not be happening for automotive but this isn’t the worst idea.
Police Are Riding Electric Harley-Davidson Livewires at COP26 Climate Summit
Police Scotland officers typically ride Yamaha FJRs and BMW R1250 RTs.
Hyundai Bets Big on the White Whale of EVs: Solid-State Batteries
They’re safer, more efficient, and can recharge in a fraction of the time. Thing is, they haven’t been scaled up for EVs yet.
Early Audi E-Tron’s Disappointing Range Gains 12 Miles via Software Update
It ain’t much, but it’s honest work.
GM To Restart 2022 Chevrolet Bolt Production Following Battery Fires
The battery issue has hurt GM, but the Chevrolet Bolt is coming back to market.
Here’s Everything Corvette Z06 Engineers Did to Beat Overheating Issues
The secret lies in natural aspiration and a ton of radiators.
Here’s How GM Plans to Roll Out 40,000 Public Fast Chargers in North America
And you’ll be able to get Ultium charging at home with your electric Hummer, too.
Tesla Pulls FSD Beta Update, Issues Quick Fix After Harsh Driver Feedback
With the NHTSA’s watchful eye, now is no time to be lax.
Stellantis Just Can’t Stop Planning Battery Factories In the US
Fresh off announcing a partnership with LG, Stellantis is also teaming up with Samsung to build another battery plant.
Why Elon Musk, Tesla Fans Are Freaking Out Over New NHTSA Safety Advisor
The Duke University professor has been an outspoken Tesla critic for years, but that’s not all that’s upsetting the CEO of Tesla.
Dutch Forensic Lab Hacks a Tesla, Finds Crash Data Automaker Didn’t Share
The investigators “reverse engineered” data logs from a Tesla involved in a rear-end crash.
VW’s Main Factory Producing Fewest Cars Since 1958: Report
The chip shortage is turning back the clock in more ways than one.
Meet Foxconn’s EVs: A Sedan, a Crossover, and a City Bus
The electronics giant best known for assembling the Apple iPhone unveiled its EV prototypes in Taiwan.
Tesla’s Car Insurance Monitors ‘Real-Time Driving Behavior’ in Texas
Tesla says it won’t factor in your age, gender or accident history, but it’ll evaluate your every move behind the wheel in real-time.
Feds Order Tesla to Justify OTA Autopilot Updates Instead of Recalling Cars
Tesla’s software update may have warranted an official recall following NHTSA’s probe into alleged Autopilot crashes.
Tesla Full Self-Driving (But Not Really) Beta Is Now Live on the Streets
According to Elon Musk, only around 1,000 drivers qualify for the new feature at this moment.
GM Ups EV Charging Investment to Roughly $750 Million Through 2025
Automakers are keen to electrify what they sell, but it’ll take quite a bit more to support EVs in the wild.
GM’s Ultra Cruise Brings Hands-Free Driving to Residential Roads
GM says Ultra Cruise will offer “door-to-door hands-free driving.”
GM Says New Michigan Innovation Center Will Slash EV Battery Costs
The goal is to reduce prices by more than 60 percent.
The 2022 BMW iX Will Pull Over If You Pass Out
For drivers with risky medical conditions, this could be huge.
2022 Cadillac Escalade Loses Super Cruise Due to Chip Shortage
The autonomous driver assist option has been deleted amidst the ongoing microchip shortage.
Ford’s Biggest Investment Ever Is $11.4 Billion for EV, Battery Plants in the South
The move will create 11,000 jobs and the most advanced (and expensive) auto production complex in Ford’s entire history.
BMW Is Stress Testing Its Hydrogen Drivetrains With Hand Grenades
BMW is blowing stuff up in the name of safety.