Houthi attacks in the Red Sea are making it harder and more expensive to ship parts across the globe to support EV production in Europe.
Mitsubishi’s exit from China highlights the local market’s shift from traditional internal combustion engine cars to electric vehicles.
The Tesla Cybertruck, with its futuristic and unconventional design, may not appeal to traditional Tesla buyers prioritizing environmental consciousness and aerodynamics.
Tesla will find it ever harder to straddle the volume-premium divide without a successful launch of the Cybertruck.
Sodium-ion technology can deliver low-cost EVs with sufficient range to suit commuters and city drivers in particular.
As the world’s largest producer of nickel, the most likely place where Indonesia could fit into Tesla’s ecosystem is in batteries.
The UAW wants Ford, GM, and Stellantis to pay union-level wages and benefits at all joint-venture-operated EV battery plants in the U.S.
Consumer interest in EVs is rising. But concerns about affordability and charging remain barriers to more Americans going electric.
By creating a hydrogen economy alongside EV development, the UK can help unlock hydrogen’s full potential.
The first VinFast EVs made in Vietnam have arrived in the U.S. But the brand has a long way to go to earn the confidence and trust of drivers.