The company has big plans to turn its delivery fleet green. But very few of the vehicles are made right now.
A mammoth tractor-trailer is hauling a tank from a decommissioned nuclear training site for disassembly near Pittsburgh. Top speed: 30 m.p.h.
The Consumer Price Index increased at the fastest pace in 40 years, a new report showed.
The yawning disparity between the performance of the electric car company and established automakers last year reflects the technological change roiling the industry.
Safety experts offer advice on how people can keep warm and collected if they are stranded for hours on the road. Their top tip? Be prepared.
Here we go again: Virtual reality, now dubbed ‘the metaverse,’ will be a thing. So will the smart home.
After struggling to produce cars because of a global computer chip shortage, automakers are trying to move quickly to making electric vehicles.
The electric-car maker managed substantial growth as Europe and China increasingly propelled sales.
Public safety officials warned that alternate routes offered by apps like Google Maps and Waze don’t always take into account hazards to drivers.
Automakers are building “brand experience centers” to pitch their vehicles to consumers without the hard sell of a showroom.
The limited supply of new and used vehicles is forcing some Americans to go to great lengths to find and buy them, including traveling to dealers hundreds of miles away.
Under the new plan, designed to reduce planet-warming tailpipe emissions, new vehicles would be required to average 55 miles per gallon starting in 2026.
Chinese and Russian industrial giants seek to tap mineral deposits vital to electric cars. A Texas entrepreneur has his own strategy: the long game.
It may not be cheap, but swapping the combustion engine in your car for an electric one is getting easier.
The company will make electric pickups at an existing plant and batteries at a factory built with a partner, a person with knowledge of the plan said.
Price gains have moved up sharply for months, but the fact that the trend is lasting and broadening has newly put policymakers on red alert.
A shipping terminal in Kansas reveals the fundamental problem — no one can plan, and no one is sure what will happen next.
The electric car company is helping Chinese companies become global players in the emerging industry, posing a competitive threat to traditional rivals.
They’re in fobs or on phones, and digital or “smart,” and they can do far more than just open doors and start the engine.
Herbert Diess, the chief executive, seeks to cast VW as a dynamic, modern company, but his style risks the ire of its powerful works council.
Americans failed to safeguard decades of diplomatic and financial investments in Congo, where the world’s largest supply of cobalt is controlled by Chinese companies backed by Beijing.
They hit their highest level since 2014 last month, forcing Americans to rejigger household budgets and forgo leisure activities.
The president’s son was part owner of a venture involved in the $3.8 billion purchase by a Chinese conglomerate of one of the world’s largest cobalt deposits. The metal is a key ingredient in batteries for electric vehicles.
People who leased their cars before the pandemic can probably buy their vehicles at the end of the lease for much less than the going market price.
As he enters his final weeks in office, Mayor Bill de Blasio is resurrecting an old campaign promise to ban horse-drawn carriages in New York City.
Peter Rawlinson designed the Tesla S. His new Lucid Air sedan is a direct challenge to Tesla’s dominance.
An examination of Brazil’s immense tannery industry shows how hides from illegally deforested ranches can easily reach the global marketplace. In the United States, much of the demand for Brazilian leather comes from automakers.
Across seven decades, the roadster has radiated a sporty elegance, and a new generation adds a dash of modern driving technology.
The electric-vehicle maker, backed by Amazon and Ford, ended its first day of trading valued at $86 billion, though its deliveries so far total 156.
Ford, G.M. and Mercedes agreed to work toward selling only zero-emissions vehicles by 2040. But Toyota, Volkswagen and Nissan-Renault did not join the pledge.
The company, backed by Amazon and Ford, has delivered only 156 trucks so far, but its market worth approaches that of Ford.
Ford, G.M. and Mercedes agreed to work toward selling only zero-emissions vehicles by 2040. But Toyota, Volkswagen and Nissan-Renault did join the pledge.
Ford’s plans for multi-billion dollar manufacturing sites for electric vehicles has Tennessee and Kentucky singing a different tune on cleaner energy.
Low-profile chip makers with aging factories have become surprisingly powerful, leading to industry changes that may outlive the pandemic-fueled supply crunch.
“Wherever there is injustice, we need to talk about it,” Alireza Shojaian said.
By selling battery-powered S.U.V.s and luxury sedans in places like Germany and Norway, China is striving to become a force in the global auto industry.
Larry Kosilla, one of the top car detailers in the country, gives Ferraris, Lamborghinis and old barn finds the beauty treatment.
Some people and businesses seeking to use solar panels, batteries and electric vehicles find they can’t because utility equipment needs an upgrade.
The automakers said the profit outlook for the full year had improved, and higher car prices eased the impact of reduced production.
The order, which is expected to be delivered by the end of next year, is a sign of the growing momentum in the shift toward electric cars.
Confession: We didn’t even have a logistics beat before the pandemic. Now we do. Here’s what we’ve learned about the global supply chain disruption.
There’s more to see than Ferrari and Lamborghini, and three museums in the country’s automotive heartland offer a deeper look.
The company known for making iPhones presented three electric vehicles that can serve as a basis for working with car companies.
The pursuit of a car wistfully recalled from the writer’s youth begins with an exhaustive online search and ends with an auction victory and a special delivery.
The automaker had initially planned to produce a million vehicles in November, but it now projects it will make 850,000 to 900,000 vehicles next month.
Amid a shortage of new cars, many buyers have been forced to kick the tires of overlooked models and brands.
Britain has experienced shortages of gasoline and some foods because of too few drivers. At a military barracks in South London, trainees are learning how to maneuver trucks through streets and highways.