Generous government incentives and a thriving and competitive local EV industry are helping China surpass EV adoption goals.

The iconic Volkswagen bus has been reimagined for the EV age. It could energize new automotive markets and restore VW’s brand reputation.

The collaboration benefits Ford customers, who get access to an expanded charging network, and it also helps Tesla tap into federal funding.

Partnering with local fleet operators bolsters the country’s clean-energy push amid alarming pollution levels. However, insufficient charging infrastructure remains an obstacle.

A $3.6 billion investment can secure the American chipmaker as a key supplier in various Japanese industries for years to come.

Tesla’s embrace of advertising is part of its maturation process: In a significant strategy shift, Elon Musk says the company will buy ads for the first time.

Technology and cloud expertise are becoming hot commodities for automakers increasingly reliant on innovation and cybersecurity to power EV adoption.

Another recall in China tied to braking and acceleration defects presents a significant opportunity for domestic competitors BYD, Xpeng, and Nio to strengthen their market position

Future GM EVs won’t support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, placing the burden of choice on consumers. Locking people out of their smartphone connections could backfire.

To counter a 20% YoY drop in sales, Ford discounts its EV Mustangs. In the crowded EV market, competitors can stand out with lower prices or longer range.

GM cancels its best-selling EV, the Chevy Bolt, while Tesla slashes prices to accelerate sales. Intensifying competition could be the opportunity for consumers to switch to EVs.

The partnership trend will begin yielding batteries for carmakers by 2026 and could intensify competition to meet future EV demand.

Upstarts in China and traditional automakers in the US are forcing Tesla to discount existing inventory. How the EV leader responds could determine whether it maintains its position.

US updates list of EVs that make the tax credit cut: Fewer model choices and lack of affordability reduce the effectiveness of government efforts to increase EV adoption.

China still has some clout as the biggest chip market in the world, and the restrictions could spur competition and growth in domestic semiconductor production.

The city is giving robot dogs a second chance as it finds new ways to integrate emerging technology into policing. Could this be the big break needed to push mass adoption?

GM's Chevrolet Bolt was the best-selling EV in the US in Q1, while Ford's sales were hurt by production disruptions at its Mexico plant and Tesla built more cars than it could sell.

EV prices could fall even more this year: Lithium sticker shock has eased, which means cheaper batteries and more affordable EVs. But Earth’s limited mineral resources could thwart full electrification.

San Francisco sees a rise in other vehicles hitting AVs and drivers fleeing the scene with little fear of being caught. Technology alone cannot solve this issue.

Absence of major sporting events, decreasing cable audiences are a bad sign for traditional TV: US TV ad revenues will drop 4.4% this year, S&P Global Ratings predicts.