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Tesla’s plans for batteries, China scrutinized with Q2 report coming today

Tesla Inc. has weathered the pandemic and supply chain crisis better than many of its rivals, achieving record deliveries last…

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Henkel’s EV approach is a bit sticky

“That is what is driving the majority of innovation on our end.” As EVs proliferate, battery designs are requiring bonding…

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Super Cruise on tap for GM pickups

DETROIT — Next year, General Motors’ hands-free driving technology will expand to its biggest segment: full-size pickups. The Super Cruise…

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Some dealers question Stellantis’ 2030 U.S. EV sales goal

Maine auto dealer Adam Lee believes the rapid adoption of cellphones occurred because they filled a void for consumers. Stellantis…

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UK needs 10 times as many EV charge-points by 2030

Britain’s competition regulator on Friday laid out guidelines to ensure a robust electric vehicle (EV) charging network to aid the…

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The next Grid game uses the same virtual set tech as ‘The Mandalorian’

offered the first look at the next ‘Grid’ game during . ‘Grid Legends’ features a story mode that mashes together…

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Musk says India plant likely if Tesla succeeds in importing cars there

A Tesla Inc. factory to produce cars in India is “quite likely” if the electric automaker can first begin sales…

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Low car supply forces wealthy to buy used Rolls-Royces, Bentleys

Certified pre-owned is nothing new, even in the luxury car business. When a $345,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith depreciates 20 percent the…

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Audi to discontinue A1 as tougher tailpipe rules hit small-car profitability

Audi will discontinue the A1 entry model as concern rises that tougher emissions standards will make small vehicles economically unviable…

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Trade issues with China proved too big for HAAH

HAAH’s business plan shifted as it tried to bring in Chinese vehicles. At one point, HAAH worked to import vehicles…

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