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Tesla Seems A Little Shook Over The Chevy Bolt

The Bolt will start at $31,995, while the Bolt EUV will start at $33,995, each several thousand dollars less than their Tesla Model 3 and Model Y competitors. Except now Tesla is cutting its prices (again).

When code is king: Mastering automotive software excellence

With software driving tomorrow’s automotive innovations, R&D organizations must quickly master its intricacies.

Even one of Japan's largest oil companies is now making an electric car

Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima, holder of the pre-paved Pikes Peak Hill Climb record, and the ex-head of Pininfarina are involved, too.

Uber CEO Says Company to Consider Crypto for Rides, Not Its Balance Sheet

The rideshare company will look into cryptocurrencies including bitcoin as a potential form of payment.

U.S. Trade Authorities Deal Blow To Biden’s Electric Vehicle Plans

A fight between two South Korean manufacturers puts the already shaky supply of batteries for U.S. electric vehicles in jeopardy.

Lucid Air EV Crushes 500 Miles-On-a-Single-Charge Barrier

Lucid Air has achieved a Holy Grail of EV technology—an electric car that sneers at "range anxiety".

Tesla buys $1.5 billion in bitcoin, plans to accept it as payment

CEO Elon Musk has been credited for raising the prices of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, through his messages on Twitter.

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.

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.