EV manufacturers now must decide whether they’ll chase all, some or none of the revamped tax credit. Depending on their strategies, it could mean reshaping their supply chains sooner than anticipated.
Switching from traditional health insurance with a big-name provider has saved Lakeland Automall hundreds of thousands of dollars and helped retain employees.
Stellantis’ unit is growing at a time when GM, BMW and Daimler have moved away from car sharing.
The first modern EV for GM’s luxury brand is filled with Easter eggs and unique features aimed at winning over rivals’ customers who are ready to go electric.
About 100 dealers are waiting to have the Toyota SmartPath or Lexus Monogram suite of digital retailing software installed.
The Plug & Charge system is designed to emulate the ease of use Tesla’s Supercharger network provides EV owners.
The industry has been hungry for more engineers for at least two decades. But now it’s getting worse.
Parts shortages and heightened commodity prices are putting the squeeze on Tier 2 and Tier 3 suppliers, often forcing them to go to their Tier 1 customers to renegotiate pricing or ask for a cash infusion — or else risk…
Just 6,800 units were added last week to AutoForecast Solutions’ tally of vehicles lost to the semiconductor shortage, one of the lowest weekly totals since the start of the microchip crisis.
The incoming CEO of Volkswagen’s new Scout brand learned about the name’s heritage with a trip to Harvester Homecoming in Indiana this month.