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Hyundai and Kia say the reported Apple car deal is now off

Seems the long-rumored Apple car won't be built by Hyundai or Kia after all.

Powerpaste packs clean hydrogen energy in a safe, convenient gray goop

Fraunhofer researchers have presented a magnesium-based "Powerpaste" that stores hydrogen energy at 10 times the density of a lithium battery, offering hydrogen fuel cell vehicles the ability to travel further than gasoline-powered ones, and refuel in minutes.

Flying Taxi Concepts Gain Traction But Practical Challenges Remain

These vehicles and support ecosystem are argued by some to be the most significant civil air transportation development since the jet age.

A possible red hot future for electric vehicle batteries

High-temperature batteries could one day power road vehicles, according to the University of Nottingham, which has worked with Chinese universities to take a step forward with molten salt ‘metal-air’ batteries.

YouTube: GM Extended Superbowl Commercial

Will Ferrel and crew attempt to take on the entire country of Norway.

Apple rumored to invest $3.6B in Kia to produce 100,000 'Apple Cars' per year

A new report claims Apple and Kia are close to reaching a deal that will see the tech giant invest some 4 trillion won (about $3.6 billion) on a collaborative effort to bring "Apple Car" to life.

Elon Musk might sell Tesla's Autopilot to his rivals. Experts say these 3 automakers are the likeliest buyers.

Autopilot has raised safety concerns, but is seen as more capable than competing systems.

YouTube: How NASA Built The Future Tire

The Donut Media crew discuss how NASA designed tires using the "memory metal" nitinol.

FOCUS-Hyundai wrestles with the risks of embracing Apple

Executives in Hyundai Motor Co Group are divided over a potential tie-up with Apple Inc, with some raising concerns about becoming a contract manufacturer for the U.S. tech giant, dimming the outlook for a deal.

Driverless robotaxis are now available for public rides in China

AutoX is the first in the country to offer rides without safety drivers.

Embrace the Complexity — An Evolution of Manufacturing

The fixed assembly line has served us well for more than a century, and yet we could unlock a new level of productivity by embracing the unpredictable nature of organic systems. But first, we have to learn to let go.

Geely says it will make EVs for Faraday Future with Foxconn

Geely recently became an investor in Faraday Future.

Electric Cars Are Coming, and Fast. Is the Nation’s Grid Up to It?

GM’s decision this week to phase out gasoline vehicles is the latest in a major shift that will mean drastic new demands on electric utilities. Here are four things that will need to happen.

Michelin's tiny electric motor could make motorcycles easier to move

These patent drawings show a battery-powered reverse gear.

Sony begins testing its electric car concept on public roads

The Japanese tech giant’s foray into mobility comes at a time when established players in the sector are looking to ramp up their electric vehicle offerings and challenge Elon Musk’s Tesla.

G.M. Announcement Shakes Up U.S. Automakers’ Transition to Electric Cars

Every carmaker is trying to figure out how to make the leap before governments force it and Tesla and other start-ups lure away drivers.