Honda settles for an 80-mile EV
Toyota's giant hydrogen leap gets an assist from Shell
Incentive squeeze zaps Netherlands' electrified sales
Smart brand to focus on EVs in U.S., Canada
Toyota sees plug-in hybrids catching on faster than conventional hybrids
VW of America launches electric vehicle infrastructure unit
Volkswagen Group of America announced a U.S. subsidiary that will manage $2 billion in investments in zero-emission vehicle infrastructure and awareness programs over a decade as part of a court settlement over its excess diesel emissions.
Faraday scales back EV factory, product plans
Electric luxury car startup Faraday Future, one of several Chinese-funded companies taking aim at Tesla, is throttling back its plans to build vehicles in the United States. Faraday also has pared its planned product portfolio down from seven to two models, Reuters reported, citing two sources with direct knowledge of the company's plans.
Tesla drops 'Motors' from its name
Tesla Motors Inc. has changed its name to Tesla Inc. The change, which was reported in a filing to the Securities Exchange Commission on Wednesday, follows the company’s acquisition of solar panel company SolarCity, which was approved by shareholders in November.
GM, Honda to jointly build hydrogen fuel cells at Michigan factory in 2020UPDATED: 1/30/17 2:22 pm ET - adds details
General Motors and Honda plan to invest $85 million to build hydrogen fuel cell stacks for next-generation green vehicles at a factory in Michigan. The joint venture, Fuel Cell System Manufacturing will begin producing the fuel cell systems around 2020.
GM, Honda to announce fuel cell technology advance, report says
General Motors and Honda are expected on Monday to announce an expansion of their collaboration on fuel cell technology development, people familiar with the plans told Reuters after a press conference advisory was released.
Ford, London partner to test plug-in hybrid commercial vans
Tesla to build motors, gearboxes in Gigafactory
5 automakers form hydrogen alliance with energy, transport giants
Toyota, BMW, Daimler, Honda and Hyundai are joining oil and gas giants including Royal Dutch Shell and Total with plans to invest a combined $10.7 billion in hydrogen-related products within five years.
Bentley thinks best bet for its buyers is plug-in hybrid EV
It's a scenario scary enough to give any chauffeur the sweats: You're en route to pick up your boss who's headed to a crucial meeting -- or date -- and the all-electric ultraluxury sedan you're driving doesn't have enough juice to get there. Forget range anxiety. That's job anxiety.
Asia's luxury brands charge into EVs
Will Mustang fans go for a hybrid?
U.S. fuel economy inched lower in December, report says
The average fuel economy of new cars and light trucks sold in the United States in December was 24.9 mpg, down 0.1 mpg from November, the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute said in its report this week.
Tesla unveils pricing structure for supercharging stations
Tesla Motors said it will charge new customers fees to use its Supercharging stations if they exceed an annual limit, detailing its price structure to help pay for the expansion of its network of stations.
How Ford's hybrid push might play out
It's rare when an automaker reveals product plans three years in advance. But that's what Ford Motor Co. did last week when CEO Mark Fields explained how the company will spend some of the $4.5 billion it has committed to developing 13 electrified vehicles by 2020.
Chrysler Portal holds promise, if it could get built
Is the industry zooming toward a battery shortage?
Automakers are under increasing pressure to electrify their powertrains to meet toughening global emissions regulations. The big question is whether there will be enough battery cells available in the next decade to meet the projected fast-rising demand.