With acceptance from traditional investors, a profitable start-up that eases transactions is offering proof of the industry’s staying power.
The mustangs at a Nevada office park are an example of the outrageous perks that businesses dangle to impress job candidates, but wildlife advocates are pushing back on efforts to market them.
Federal regulators are investigating 23 recent accidents in which drivers were, or may have been, using the automatic steering and braking system.
The German carmaker outlined ambitious goals to build battery factories as it ties its fate to electric cars.
The Tesla boss and digital prankster is striking a chord, at a time of disillusionment with the tech industry and its leading tycoons.
The country’s stance would seem to put it on the wrong side of market trends. But with its huge investment in gasoline-electric hybrids, it has big reasons to proceed slowly.
Even before G.M. announced it would work toward eliminating emissions from its vehicles, more automakers were putting E. V.s in their showrooms. Here’s a roundup.
Daimler reported unexpectedly strong profits, underlining a rebound by traditional carmakers despite the pandemic.
They’re still cars. Technology can’t cure America of its addiction to the automobile.
Carmakers, government agencies and investors are pouring money into battery research in a global race to profit from emission-free electric cars.
The automaker earned more than $6 billion last year — money that it will plow into the development of electric and autonomous vehicles.
Bitcoin and even Dogecoin, which began as a playful experiment, are soaring in value as billionaires, companies and celebrities promote the digital currencies.
Every carmaker is trying to figure out how to make the leap before governments force it and Tesla and other start-ups lure away drivers.
The billionaire Mr. Musk has inserted himself into the confounding stock market drama and solidified his role as the ultimate insider outsider.
The company benefited from a jump in sales of electric cars in China and Europe, but its fourth quarter earnings fell short of Wall Street’s expectations.
Rivian, which has raised another $2.65 billion, plans to sell a pickup truck and S.U.V. it has worked on for more than a decade.
Traditional automakers have struggled to sell electric cars. That could change as Ford, Volkswagen and others introduce new models.
Carmakers can’t buy the semiconductors they need because home electronics are taking all the supply.
The milestone seemed unreachable just three years ago and comes as Tesla has seen a string of profitable quarters and a buoyant stock.
As Tesla completes a factory in Berlin, Mercedes-Benz and Audi are introducing electric cars in bids to defend their dominance of the luxury market.
The president threatened to upend a hard-fought compromise, but he may not get what he wants.
Russian hackers appear to have attacked systems for senior officials of the department.
Investors are betting that small companies like Workhorse will help popularize electric commercial vehicles. And Tesla aims to extend its reach.
The electric-car maker will be the biggest addition in the history of the benchmark index. Will that settle down its swings?
The chairman of Ford Motor and the great-grandson of Henry Ford is an elder statesman in an industry where C.E.O.s come and go.
Several companies have followed the same path to Texas, which has aggressively advertised lower taxes and fewer regulations.
The Tesla Model S and the Porsche Taycan give environmentally conscious speedsters an outlet for their desires.
Tesla reported record deliveries in the third quarter as growing interest in electric vehicles and other cars boosted sales across the industry.
In a conversation with Kara Swisher, the billionaire entrepreneur talks space-faring civilization, battery-powered everything and computer chips in your skull.
Tesla said it was working on advances that would lower the cost of batteries and increase their capacity to store energy.
Battery prices are dropping faster than expected. Analysts are moving up projections of when an electric vehicle won’t need government incentives to be cheaper than a gasoline model.
Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are helping them and other fledgling companies raise money and gain coveted stock listings.
Profound changes may result if remote working becomes more widespread and long-term, creating winners and losers.
The billionaire space oddity on life with Grimes and Baby X, Trump, Tesla, tunnels, short shorts, stock surges, Facebook fumbles and everything else under the sun.
The result was achieved “despite tremendous difficulties,” said the chief executive, Elon Musk, including a plant shutdown and lower sales.
Most traditional carmakers are struggling to produce and market electric vehicles even as Tesla sells hundreds of thousands of its luxury models.
Sunrun is acquiring Vivint in an all-stock deal, valued at $3.2 billion, leaving Tesla further behind as a provider of residential solar panels and batteries.
The electric carmaker’s deliveries fell as people around the world were forced to stay home by government orders and fears over the coronavirus pandemic. But the decline was far smaller than for other automakers.
Six former employees were recently named in federal charges that were an indication of the lengths some companies will go to hit back at detractors.
The Facebook founder is dealing with an employee revolt over the company’s position to allow inflammatory posts from President Trump on its platform.
Dealerships have long resisted e-commerce, but with many showrooms closed, the dynamic is changing.
A liberal status symbol now has a founder who is moving to the right.
The Tesla chief executive is putting the safety of employees on the line.
The entrepreneur wants his businesses up and running now. Good luck trying to stop him.
Mr. Musk opened his California factory this week in defiance of local orders. He has also criticized the response to the pandemic as “dumb” and “fascist.”
He says he’ll move the headquarters of his electric car company out of California to Texas or Nevada.
Electric Hummers and Cybertrucks, as well as the next generation of S.U.V.s, will signal the arrival of the E.V. era in America if they start to sell in big numbers.
It remains unclear if the effort to enlist companies like General Motors, Apple and Hanes constitutes an effective strategy.