Sony plans to form Sony Mobility to look into building electric cars. The news came as the company showed off a prototype vehicle at CES 2022.
Tesla has issued a massive recall affecting 475,000 vehicles due to rear-view camera and trunk latch issues.
A new Bloomberg report claims that the Apple Car could arrive in 2025 at the earliest, sporting an advanced AI-centric chip, but lacking a steering wheel and pedals.
Mazda has announced that its MX-30 EV crossover will be coming to the U.S. Unfortunately, it will retain its small 35.5 kWh battery.
Subaru is set to fully unveil the Solterra 2023 EV SUV. It's built on the e-TNGA platform that was jointly developed with Toyota.
ZipCharge is a new startup that has unveiled its portable EV charger at the COP26 U.N. Climate Change Conference. Called the Zip Charge Go, it can provide up to 20 miles of charge.
Tesla has announced plans to triple the number of Supercharger stations within the next two years, an ambitious goal that should lower wait times for EV owners.
Elon Musk mentioned in a tweet that he wanted drivers with a record of good driving behavior to be a part of the Full Self-Driving beta.
Lucid Motors has announced two variants of its upcoming EV sedan, the Air, one of which will see a range of 517 miles.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it is investigating Tesla's Autopilot self-driving feature after a series of crashes.
After banning salvaged Tesla Model 3s from the Supercharger network, as well as third-party charging networks, the company is now allowing use.
According to a report, Tesla Model Ys produced in the company's Fremont factory will come standard with HEPA filters.
The Honda HR-V e:HEV looks like a brilliantly practical addition to the small SUV segment. Here's what we know about it.
Tesla is upgrading its Supercharger network from the current capacity of 250 kW to 300 kW. That should get Tesla owners in and out of Supercharger stations faster and reduce queue times.
Tesla's new Full Self-Driving (FSD) update is out now, but the company is going out of its way to warn drivers to pay attention, as it really isn't fully autonomous.
The Apple Car will need a battery, but Apple's not content with a supplier who won't build them inside the US.
Dodge just announced that it'll be going electric, but that it "won't sell electric cars" in an attempt to preserve its macho muscle car image.