Ford CEO reveals EV reality: America 'cannot continue to import' batteries, earth minerals
Ford CEO Jim Farley claimed the all-American automaker would be willing to invest in domestic mining and rare earth mineral production to help EV battery supply.
Ford to lose $3B on EV 'startup' in 2023, turn profit on traditional vehicles
Ford expects its electric vehicle division to post a $3 billion loss in 2023 as it ramps up production, while its conventional vehicle operations are expected to turn a profit.
Dodge CEO explains why he's killing the brand's V8 muscle cars
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 is the most powerful car the brand has ever made and will be the last V8 muscle car it builds before switching to electric.
Ohio autonomous vehicle project deploys vans, trucks on rural roads
The state of Ohio's smart mobility initiative, DriveOhio, began testing automated vehicles on rural roads in March.
7-Eleven aims for one of largest retailer electric vehicle charging networks in North America
7-Eleven, Inc. announced its new proprietary electric vehicle charging network on Friday stores across North America, as well as a related app. Some states already have sites.
Oregon puts rebates for electric vehicles temporarily on hold
Oregon is suspending a program that gives rebates to purchasers and leasers of electric vehicles for a year as the popular program is running out of money.
Bentley is going electric whether you like it or not
Bentley had its best year ever for sales and profits in 2022 and is working toward becoming an all-electric automaker by 2030 with more customers interested in making the switch.
Honda recalls nearly 500K vehicles over seat belt issue
Honda is recalling nearly 500,000 vehicles because of a safety issue with seat belt buckles that could prevent seat occupants from being properly restrained during a crash.
Biden admin announces $2.5B in grants for EV chargers
The federal government announced $2.5 billion in new grants on Tuesday for the construction of both alternative fueling infrastructure and electric vehicle charging stations.
Honda Accord moving out of Ohio home after 4 decades to make room for EVs
Honda is moving production of the Accord from Ohio to Indiana in 2025 in order to produce electric vehicles in the Ohio factory starting next year.
Amazon, Rivian in talks to end exclusivity part of delivery-van pact
Amazon.com Inc. and Rivian Automotive are revisiting their exclusive electric van deal as the electric truck maker seeks to sell to others, The Wall Street Journal reported exclusively, citing people familiar with the matter.
Ford recalling 18 F-150 Lightning electric pickups after battery fire
Ford is resuming production of the F-150 Lightning on Monday after an issue with its battery pack was resolved, prompting a recall of 18 trucks.
How one guy’s car blog became a $1 billion marketplace
From car blog to auction house, Randy Nonnenberg's dreams turned to reality with his cars sales website originally intended for the sale of project cars.
Nissan is recalling 1,063 electric cars because the steering wheel might fall off
Nissan is recalling 1,063 Ariya electric SUVs to check if their steering wheels are installed correctly after an issue was discovered on several that had been repaired.
Tesla under investigation; steering wheels falling off
Tesla is under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration after complaints steering wheels for the Model Y vehicle have fallen off.
The $109K Ford F-150 Raptor R is so hot it costs much more than that
The 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R is a high-performance off-road model that is both the most powerful and highest-priced truck Ford has ever sold.
Tesla slashes Model S and X prices again by up to $10,000
Tesla cut the price of the Model S by $5,000 and the Model Y by $10,000 on Sunday night in the latest round of reductions for the electric luxury cars.
Ford to increase production of 6 models in 2023
Ford plans to increase its production, including electric vehicles, and add more jobs as U.S. auto sales begin to recover from 2022.
Ford is cranking up production of some top models
Ford is increasing production of the Maverick, Bronco Sport, Mustang Mach e and Transit van and looking to boost output of its top-selling F-Series.
Ford seeks to patent technology to lock out drivers who are late on car payments
A newly published patent application from Ford has revealed that the automaker wants to be able to lock drivers out of their vehicles for nonpayment and even allow the vehicle to repossess itself.