How EVs could create the biggest disruption since the iPhoneSept. 22
With a little help from ride-hailing and self-driving technology, electric cars could be poised to shake up the auto industry as dramatically as Apple's iPhone did to the mobile phone world 10 years ago.
July U.S. sales expected to fall for 7th straight monthJuly 28
U.S. market crash? It's just not happeningJuly 3
VW debt outlook raised to stable from negative by FitchJune 28
Schaeffler cuts profit guidance on steel costs, electric shiftJune 27
A self-fulfilling prophecyJune 19
Toyota president feels 'sense of crisis' as profits tumbleMay 10
Foreign exchange rates and spiraling costs hammered profits at Toyota, derailing the automaker from a third-straight year of record results and spurring President Akio Toyoda to warn of an impending "sense of crisis."
Oil powerhouse Total predicts a boom in EV salesApril 26
Electric cars are coming fast -- and that's not just the opinion of carmakers anymore. Total, one of the world's biggest oil producers, is now saying EVs may constitute almost a third of new-car sales by the end of the next decade.