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Tesla's delay could be Chevy Bolt's gain; Beating Benz, BMW; Marchionne gets $12M in pay, $36M in stock; VW's electric Vizzion; Lexus, Kia product teases; Stymied by stink bugs.
Some potential buyers of Tesla's long-delayed Model 3 are concerned that they will miss out on federal tax breaks and are looking for alternatives such as the Chevy Bolt.
Tesla is in danger of being relegated to an expensive niche in China because Elon Musk can't clinch a deal to open a factory there.
Germany this year will become the world's third-largest market for plug-in hybrids and electric cars; underpinning it all is a charging network that's growing quickly to become five times more dense than what's offered on American roadways.
Tesla's talks to invest in a lithium supplier indicate automakers have a long road ahead to secure a steady supply of the metal to support the mass production of electric vehicles.
Panasonic Corp. is ready to add battery capacity as automakers announce new EVs.
Uber to pay $245M to settle Waymo suit; M-B set to skip Detroit show; German project key to faster Tesla output; Volvo's XC40's big task; Mazda6 wagon update; Fiat 500s go turbo.
Tesla again delays Model 3 deliveries, Buyers may miss tax credit; Wake-up call on drowsy driving; A Hyundai first in India?; Penske expanding CarSense; Japan's Brexit warning.
Tesla, which has pushed back Model 3 output targets several times, is waiting for a new automated system for module production to be sent from Germany and installed at its Nevada battery factory.
Tesla hasn't thrown its plan to demonstrate an autonomous cross-country drive out the window -- it's just tapped the brakes.
Tesla put to rest -- at least for now -- a chorus of concern that it was going to need to raise more money soon, thanks in part to the salesmanship of CEO Elon Musk.
Information-starved investors will be on high alert as Tesla reports fourth-quarter earnings, as will thousands of would-be drivers waiting for the company to produce and deliver new electric cars.
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