Diarmuid O’Connell, Tesla’s vice president of business development, has left the company, the latest in a string of management departures as Tesla ramps up production of the Model 3 sedan.
Chris Bangle, the Ohio boy who was all of 36 when he took over as head of BMW design in 1992, is once again fully engrossed in cars after a self-imposed exile from the automotive styling studio.
BMW aims to slash roughly $2.4 billion from its annual purchasing bill by squeezing costs for transmission components and other parts to help finance a shift to electric vehicles.
A U.S. trucking trade group and Navistar urged a U.S. Senate panel to include self-driving commercial trucks in proposed legislation intended to speed autonomous vehicles to market.
Toyota and Honda are collaborating with Shell Oil to install seven hydrogen refueling stations in Northern California.
Alfa Romeo shows that having Formula 1 drivers whip a car around a track is one way to put a vehicle through its paces.
Ride-hailing apps and car-sharing services have been called existential threats to automakers as we know them, but GM is looking to fight fire with fire. Or, in this case, robots with robots.
The head of the Teamsters union is mounting an aggressive effort to pursuade Congress to reject new rules to speed the deployment of self-driving trucks.
The head of the Teamsters union is mounting an aggressive effort to persuade Congress to reject new rules to speed the deployment of self-driving trucks.
What exactly did happen around mid-2016 that got automakers around the world recharged and back on the EV bandwagon?