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Western governors agree to build charging station network

Western governors say electric vehicles will be able to travel easier across 5,000 miles (8,050 kilometers) of highway under a new agreement promising to build a network of charging stations in seven states
Published: 10/04/17

Ford plans $14B in cost cuts as part of new CEO's strategy

Ford's new CEO plans to cut billions and focus on trucks, SUVs to win over skeptical investors
Published: 10/03/17

DOT chief: Electric, driverless cars could dry up road funds

North Carolina's transportation chief says new sources of road-building revenues must be located as vehicles get more fuel-efficient, electric car sales increase and autonomous vehicles aren't just fantasy anymore
Published: 10/03/17
GM to offer 2 more electric vehicles in next 18 months

GM to offer 2 more electric vehicles in next 18 months

General Motors is promising two new electric vehicles on Chevrolet Bolt underpinnings in the next 1 years and more than 20 electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by 2023
Published: 10/02/17

Tesla Model 3 production falls short of targets in Q3

Tesla blames "bottlenecks" for lower-than-expected Model 3 production in the third quarter
Published: 10/02/17
China sets target for electric car quota but delays rollout

China sets target for electric car quota but delays rollout

China has raised its first-year target for a quota system that will require all automakers to contribute to electric car development but delayed its rollout to 2019
Updated one month ago
Edmunds: Ioniq, Bolt, Leaf give EV buyers options to Model 3

Edmunds: Ioniq, Bolt, Leaf give EV buyers options to Model 3

For buyers who are interested in an electric vehicle but don't want to wait around for Tesla's Model 3, several great alternatives are available now at a similar price point
Updated one month ago

Vacuum maker Dyson is building an electric car

Vacuum maker Dyson is building an electric car due out in 2020
Updated one month ago

Toyota investing $374 million at 5 existing US factories

Toyota Motor Corp. says it is investing $374 million at five U.S. plants to support production of its first American-made hybrid powertrain
Updated one month ago