Nio founder survives early round, but he has a fight ahead
While other billionaire executives may cringe at spending downtime glad-handing customers, it is core for Nio founder William Li.
Hyundai accelerates air taxi efforts, COO says
The Korean automaker is ahead of the timetable it previously laid out for rollout of the vehicles, Jose Munoz said.
Lordstown Motors says CEO, CFO resign
Lordstown said its lead independent director, Angela Strand, has been appointed executive chairwoman and will oversee operations until a new CEO is found.
Ghosn escape accomplices plead guilty to helping former Nissan boss flee Japan
Michael Taylor, 60, and Peter Taylor, 28 are charged with helping former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan, where he was facing charges of financial misconduct.
G-7 drops aim to shift new car sales away from oil by 2030
Group of Seven nations instead pledged only to speed up efforts to move away from combustion engines.
Lexus infotainment redo aims to fix ‘Achilles' heel'
Developed in-house by Toyota Connected, Lexus Interface ditches the joysticks and touchpads that cost it sales in favor of a more intuitive system.
Genesis sales are looking up thanks to new crossovers
Just as the U.S. is emerging from the pandemic, Genesis is launching new models and spreading its wings.
GM's Super Cruise studied for how drivers actually use it
Drivers aren't inattentive once they turn on GM's driver-assist system. They're pioneering a new collaboration between motorist and machine, according to a new study.
Pandemic's toll includes historic rise in pedestrian deaths
The rate rose 21 percent in 2020 over the previous year, according to Governors Highway Safety Association estimates. And the increase may not subside along with COVID-19.
Dealers go with their gut amid price surge
During the used-vehicle spike driven by soaring customer demand, dealership operators are relying less on used-car pricing tools and more on intuition.