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Automakers Race to Release New EVs

Automakers Race to Release New EVs

The EV race heats up as Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. highlight new electric pickups while other car companies get ready to release new battery-powered models in 2022.

January 11, 2022

The EV Race Heats Up

The EV Race Heats Up

Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Farley says he hopes to overtake Tesla in U.S. electric-vehicle sales, but first he hopes to overtake GM.

December 16, 2021

Nissan Commits to Spending $17.6 Billion on Battery-Powered Vehicles Over Next 5 Years
How Dealers Can Influence EV Sales
Toyota, Stellantis Plan to Build North American EV-Battery Factories
Toyota Eyes Leadership in EV Battery Technology Over Next Decade with Announced Investments
EV Startups Adopt New Approach to Manufacturing
Honda Puts All Its Eggs in the EV Basket
Juice Technology Launches U.S. Operations, Brings Portable Electric Vehicle Chargers to the U.S. Market
Ford to Focus on Trucks, EVs, Connectivity

Ford to Focus on Trucks, EVs, Connectivity

Ford CEO Jim Hackett said on Tuesday the automaker plans to reduce engineering costs by 50% through 2022. Ford will also shift investment into trucks and electrified vehicles, and reduce costs and investment in sedans and internal combustion engines.

October 4, 2017

Mich. Governor Signs ‘Anti-Tesla’ Bill

Mich. Governor Signs ‘Anti-Tesla’ Bill

Governor Rick Snyder signed into law yesterday tighter restrictions on selling vehicles directly to consumers. The new law now effectively bans Tesla Motors from selling vehicles in the state.

October 22, 2014

Deloitte: Gen Y Prefers Hybrid Vehicles

A new study from Deloitte shows that a majority Gen Y consumers prefer an electrified vehicle over any other type of car or truck. Moreover, Gen Y consumers heavily favor hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles.

January 21, 2014

GM, LG to Jointly Develop Electric Vehicles

General Motors and LG Group, which served as the battery cell supplier for the car company’s Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera extended-range EVs, are partnering up again on the design and engineering of future electric vehicles (EV).

August 30, 2011

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