UPDATED: 9/21/18 3:53 pm ET

GM restructures global strategy, EV executives

General Motors is restructuring the leadership of its global strategy and EV units as it begins to deploy at least 20 battery-electric and fuel-cell powered vehicles globally by 2023.

California, other states set to challenge Trump over relaxed emissions rules

Democratic leaders in three states warned again Friday they are ready to challenge the Trump administration in court, alleging abuse of power, if it moves ahead with plans to weaken tailpipe emission standards, and they criticized the auto industry for welching on a national agreement to roughly double fuel economy targets.


Tesla reaches lithium deal with Chinese supplier

China's top producer of lithium, a metal used in electric-vehicle batteries, said it reached a deal with Tesla to supply the vehicle maker, highlighting the push for supply pacts.

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Tesla's head of supply management departs, report says

Another Tesla vice president is leaving the company, according to people familiar with the matter, as CEO Elon Musk struggles to contain an exodus of senior executives. Liam O'Connor, vice president of global supply management, has resigned from the electric-car maker, Bloomberg reported.

Aston Martin to expand hypercar lineup with '003'

Aston Martin plans to expand its hypercar lineup with a coupe code-named the 003. Sales of the 003 will be limited to 500 units and its price is expected to be below that of its sister model, the Valkyrie, which cost $2.6 million when it launched last year.

UPDATED: 9/20/18 10:52 am ET - new story
VW rejects Trump envoy's take on Iran pullout

Volkswagen rejected a report suggesting it had decided against doing business in Iran after coming under pressure from Donald Trump's ambassador to Germany, saying its position had not changed.

UPDATED: 9/20/18 8:27 am ET - corrected
Cadillac to expand V-series performance subbrand

Cadillac is expanding its V-series performance subbrand starting with the arrival of the CT6-V in the spring. The V-series expansion comes as Cadillac prepares to introduce a new or redesigned vehicle every six months through 2021


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