What does Nissan's exit from battery business mean?
Nissan's exit from battery-making stirs the pot on its new-gen Leaf, as well as on North American EV battery capacity.
Top fund investors pumped brakes on fast-rising Tesla stock
Top Tesla investors Fidelity Investments and T. Rowe Price cut their holdings in the second quarter and indicated they were taking profits from the electric car maker stock.
Tesla responds to D.C. businessman's complaints
Tesla has responded to comments made in a Tuesday guest blog on the Automotive News website by Washington, D.C., businessman Alain Cohen.
For some suppliers, a cautious eye on the EV's prospects
Some of the world's top auto-parts suppliers aren't buying all the enthusiasm about the electric vehicles hyped by Tesla CEO Elon Musk and larger automakers trying to keep up.
BMW, Nissan pile on incentives to spur San Diego EV sales
BMW and Nissan are offering big discounts in the San Diego area that can knock $20,000 off the cost of a new electric car when combined with state and federal incentives.
Oklahoma's $100 electric car fee challenged by Sierra Club
Oklahoma's bid to help close a budget shortfall with a new $100 fee on electric vehicles drew a court challenge from the Sierra Club.
Musk revs up Tesla bond buyers, raises $600 million in a few hours
Tesla's Elon Musk is selling his dream. Bond investors seem to be closing their eyes and buying it. Musk on Monday came away with orders for $600 million after just a few hours.
Faraday to lease former tire plant in California
Struggling EV startup Faraday Future will use an existing California factory for its first production vehicle, due in 2018, pivoting from an earlier plan to build a plant in Nevada.
Tesla seeks $1.5 billion to fund Model 3 production
Tesla intends to raise about $1.5 billion in a bond offering as it seeks to fund the production of the Model 3.
COMMENTARY: Krishnan M. Anantharaman
The transition to electric is inevitable. Let's begin it.
Old-fashioned gasoline-powered vehicles commanded somewhere north of 95 percent of the U.S. vehicle market last year. But Americans don't love the internal combustion engine any more than an Iowa cow loves to eat corn.
Tesla Model 3 vs. Chevy Bolt: How they compare
Which of these is the better buy? In the green-car market, any long-range, battery-powered vehicle has to compete on the smallest of details and specs.
Tesla lowers price of Model X, citing improved margins
Tesla lowered the base price of its Model X crossover to $79,500 and said improving margins were behind the move, which came as the automaker is ramping up production of its new lower-priced Model 3.
Tesla's $1.6 billion cash burn condoned as Musk focuses on EV vision
Tesla CEO Elon Musk keeps getting the green light to do what it takes to bring electric cars to the masses, regardless of how much it's going to cost.
Tesla Q2 losses rise to $336 million; revenue surges
Tesla reported a wider second-quarter net loss of $336 million even as revenue more than doubled. The second-quarter losses were lower than expected given the company's plans to rapidly ramp up vehicle output during the next two years.
Tesla's longtime battery technology director leaves company
Tesla's director of battery technology has left the company, the latest in a raft of management departures from the automaker introducing its new Model 3 electric car.
Charging key to EV growth, Conti executive says
Most analysts focus on the cost and range of vehicle battery packs, but Continental executives believe market interest is more dependent on battery charging systems.
Electrification will follow autonomous
As automakers ramp up efforts to remove the human from driving decisions, they will aggressively pursue greater vehicle electrification, forecaster Jeff Schuster predicts.
Tesla workers ask for employee safety plan, clarity on pay
A group of Tesla workers asked the electric car maker's board to provide a plan to address employee safety and information on pay and promotion.
Tesla Model 3 buzz belies U.S. market barely getting a lift from EVs
For all the excitement Tesla mustered by starting to deliver its cheaper Model 3, the tall order ahead will be to pull off what no electric car has done to date -- move the needle on the auto market.
Mercedes says bye-bye to B-class Electric Drive
Mercedes is discontinuing production of the B-class Electric Drive during the third quarter.
Which suppliers will survive the electric era?
A new forecast warns that as many as 75 of the industry's top 100 suppliers will face irrelevance by 2030 unless they establish a niche for electrified cars.