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Boom Supersonic’s XB-1 Test Aircraft Promises a New Era of Faster-Than-Sound Travel

The prototype of a planned, 65-seat airliner will fly in 2021.

Nio unveils electric sedan after brush with collapse

The Chinese EV startup revived the project after a remarkable turnaround in 2020.

The Apple Car would wreck Apple, and Tesla's incredibly volatile history shows why

If Apple emulates Tesla, one of the best companies in the world could wreck its transportation ambitions.

Autonomous Kodiak Trucks Manage Deliveries Without Single Disengagements On Highway

Two and a half years after Kodiak Robotics was founded with the goal of developing autonomous driving technology for trucks, the Mountain View-based startup has achieved a major milestone.

The Netherlands reaches impressive 69% all-electric market share

Electric cars exited the year 2020 with a massive 69% market share – a figure normally only seen in one other market: Norway.

General Motors Gets a New Logo as It Looks toward Electrification

The well-known GM logo gets a lowercase revamp, changing its look for the first time in a decade.

Fisker electric pickup: Super-efficient "radical" truck coming in late 2023?

Could an edgy-looking electric pickup be next for Fisker after the late-2022 rollout of the Ocean electric crossover?

Apple in Talks With Hyundai About Car Ambitions, Auto Maker Says

Hyundai shares soared 24% in Seoul trading after the report.

New Mercedes Screen Spans Nearly Entire Width of Car, Regulates With AI

Mercedes' new screen will use AI to minimize distraction: 'no scrolling, no browsing.'

Gravity Energy Storage Will Show Its Potential in 2021

Gravitricity and Energy Vault are pioneering a radical new alternative to batteries for grid storage.

Tesla FSD Beta completes LA to Silicon Valley drive with zero interventions

Tesla’s limited Full Self-Driving beta recently showcased its remarkable capabilities by completing a drive from Los Angeles to Silicon Valley without any interventions from its driver.

Apple’s Self-Driving Electric Car Is at Least Half a Decade Away

Company has small team working on a car with renewed ambition to eventually take on Tesla, but development is still in early stages.

GM to produce Honda and Acura electric vehicles in Mexico and Tennessee in 2023-24

GM is set to produce a Honda-branded electric vehicle and an Acura-branded electric crossover in Mexico and Tennessee starting in 2023.

How charging in buildings can power up the electric-vehicle industry

More than 50 million electric vehicles could be sharing roads in the next five years. Updating charging infrastructure is key to scaling the industry.

Rivian is closing in on more financing at massive $25 billion valuation

Electric pickup truck startup Rivian is closing in on a new financing round that would put its valuation at an impressive $25 billion.

Oxbotica raises $47M to deploy its autonomous vehicle software in industrial applications

The Oxford, England startup builds what it calls “universal autonomy” — flexible technology that it says can power the navigation, perception, user interfaces, fleet management and other features needed to run self-driving vehicles in multiple environments, regardless of the hardware being used.

YouTube: Roborace | Autonomous Racing | Powered by ARRIVAL

Roborace is the world’s first competition for teams developing self-driving AI.

Lidar startup Aeva raises another $200M ahead of its debut as a public company

The lidar company, started by two former Apple engineers, has raised an additional $200 million in private investment from Hong Kong hedge fund Sylebra Capital ahead of its debut as a publicly traded company.

Survey Reveals Electric Car Owners Almost Never Go Back To Gas

Regardless of anything negative you read about EVs, once you own one, it's likely you'll never go back to gas.