Ferrari’s First EV Due in 2025, CEO Elkann Says

Ferrari’s First EV Due in 2025, CEO Elkann Says

Resistance is futile. Already finishing up development of its first SUV, Ferrari Chairman and acting CEO John Elkann told shareholders the automaker will have its first battery-electric vehicle ready to go in 2025. The company previously confirmed it is working up a...
Industry Group Pushes Biden to Spend on Chip Production

Industry Group Pushes Biden to Spend on Chip Production

The chorus of voices calling for the Biden administration to assist with the ongoing semiconductor shortage got another member today. The Alliance for Automotive Innovation implored the U.S. Commerce Department to secure dedicated funding to expand U.S. semiconductor...
Tesla, Musk Appeal NLRB Ruling about Union Activities

Tesla, Musk Appeal NLRB Ruling about Union Activities

Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants his day in court, and the EV maker’s filed a petition to get it, appealing a recent ruling by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board that he’s violated U.S. labor law. As part of the NLRB’s ruling, Tesla and Musk were required to...
Ford Using Technology in March Toward Zero Emission

Ford Using Technology in March Toward Zero Emission

Automakers have made use of recycled material for years and recycling has become one of the cornerstones the sustainability strategies being adopted across the industry to reduce its impact on the environment. Ford Motor Co., with the help from HP, brings recycling to...
Daimler Shareholders Push for Diesel Scandal Answers

Daimler Shareholders Push for Diesel Scandal Answers

A poorly received April Fools’ Day joke by Volkswagen about changing the company’s name blew up in VW’s face this week and wound up serving as a reminder of the “Dieselgate” scandal the German automaker would like everyone to forget. Another German automaker, Daimler...
Hyundai Joins Growing Push for Usage-Based Insurance

Hyundai Joins Growing Push for Usage-Based Insurance

Hyundai is the latest automaker to let its buyers switch to insurance coverage based on both how much they use their vehicles and how well they drive. So-called “usage-based” insurance is already offered by several other manufacturers, including Ford Motor Co., as...

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