Texas Offers Tesla $80M in Incentives for New Gigafactory

Texas Offers Tesla $80M in Incentives for New Gigafactory

A new Red River battle is brewing between Texas and Oklahoma and California-based EV maker Tesla Inc. is going to be the winner. The two sides are working hard to lure the automaker to build its next U.S. Gigafactory in their state with Travis County, Texas offering...
China Revising NEV Production Rules to Help Automakers

China Revising NEV Production Rules to Help Automakers

After pushing the production of electric vehicles for the past few years, China’s government is taking a step back, easing mandates and providing flexibility for automakers to get back on their economic feet in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Government...
Lyft Making Leap to All-Electric Rides by 2030

Lyft Making Leap to All-Electric Rides by 2030

The impact of the pandemic has forced many companies to take a hard look at how they will do business in the future, and ride-hailing service Lyft Inc. is making a major change, committing to using battery-electric vehicles only by 2030. In a blog post on its website,...
Trump Threatens EU with Car Tariffs Again

Trump Threatens EU with Car Tariffs Again

President Donald Trump renewed earlier threats to levy heavy tariffs on new vehicles imported from Europe. Trump has periodically threatened to raise tariffs on such vehicles since he took office in 2017. His threats have been heard less frequently since last fall as...
GM Moving to Reopen Plants in Mexico

GM Moving to Reopen Plants in Mexico

General Motors of México began re-opening its plants Thursday after taking what it says are steps to ensure the safety of employees amid the pandemic created by COVID-19. “The well-being and safety of our collaborators have been and will be our highest priority,...