The brand has hit the pause button on introducing the technology after years of expectation.
Envision AESC was one of the industry's first EV battery producers. Now it's committing $2 billion to boost its U.S. market presence.
Japanese carmaker financials show how the COVID pandemic and the chip shortage continue to challenge them — despite positive fundamentals.
Mercedes has set the stage for the mass production of luxury electric vehicles in the U.S. And its massive Alabama plant will be key in taking the fight to EV kingpin Tesla.
The 50-50 company will be established this year with the goal of starting EV sales and providing mobility services in 2025. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval.
Keeping the flow of new Toyotas and Lexuses coming to U.S. dealers amid dozens of simultaneous threats falls to two executives who manage it all the Toyota way.
The proposal would boost consumer tax credits to as much as $12,500 for EVs assembled in a factory represented by unions with U.S.- produced batteries.
Toyota executives say it was a slam dunk to leverage the venerable Corolla nameplate in fielding its first subcompact crossover.
Lexus' only battery electric offering, the UX 300e, chipped in just 5,800 units, a long way from its target of 1 million EVs a year in 2030.
Toyota's announced a $1.29 billion battery plant in Liberty, N.C., will have capacity for 1.2 million battery packs per year, suggesting more local investment will follow.
The Japanese automaker's first two EVs with be made with GM, but it will later shift to its own technology.
Project ETA is aimed at giving Toyota customers who order their vehicles a more precise view of where they are after they roll off the line.
In a world gone gaga for EVs, the redesigned coupe is a no-excuses gasoline-burning 400-hp speedster built for a brand struggling to reignite excitement.
Entering the EV era will require Lexus to not only engineer all-electric cars but reengineer the production process that builds them.