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We visited a futuristic microfactory for Arrival, the $11 billion electric van maker ripping up the Tesla playbook

Arrival's approach to manufacturing is dramatically different to that of its traditional peers.

Hitachi and Arrival to deliver electric buses and infrastructure

Hitachi partners with Arrival to deliver electric bus and infrastructure solutions across Europe.

A Self-Driving Truck Got a Shipment Cross-Country 10 Hours Faster Than a Human Driver

Last month TuSimple, a transportation company focused on self-driving technology for heavy-duty trucks, shipped a truckload of watermelons from Arizona to Oklahoma using the truck’s autonomous system for over 80 percent of the journey.

Cruise gets permit from California to provide passenger test rides in driverless vehicles

The CPUC said Cruise is the first entrant in its driverless pilot program, which lets companies give test rides in vehicles without drivers.

Sidewalk-traveling robots are here, aiming to deliver restaurant meals on the cheap, while being cute

The 18-inch tall robots on four wheels zipping across city sidewalks stopped people in their tracks as they whipped out their camera phones.

Citroën’s small $6,000 electric ‘car’ is coming to the US as part of new subscription service

Citroën’s Ami, a small $6,000 electric “car,” is apparently coming to the US as part of new electric car subscription service.

Toyota built an internal combustion engine that sips hydrogen, and it sounds awesome

Toyota claims the fuel is 100-percent hydrogen with zero gasoline content. With no fossil fuel to burn, Toyota’s innovative hydrogen engine emits nearly no CO2.

EasyMile raises $66M for its autonomous people-and-goods shuttles

EasyMile claims to be the world leader in autonomous shuttles with 60% of the global market using its vehicles.

Lawmakers demand answers in fatal Tesla crash after Elon Musk and executives offer conflicting details

Elon Musk said autopilot wasn't on, but a top Tesla exec said adaptive cruise control, an autopilot feature, was.

Husqvarna shows off images of its first electric street bike; here are the specs

Th company is showing off its first electric motorcycle model concept known as the Husqvarna E-Pilen and releasing some of its early specs.

Toyota is buying Lyft’s autonomous car division for $550 million

Lyft is the latest company to abandon the expensive development of AVs.

Honda Commits to Selling Only EVs and Fuel-Cell Vehicles by 2040

Honda and Acura crossovers on GM's Ultium battery platform will arrive in 2023, and Honda will introduce its own EV platform later called e:Architecture.

Flying Electric 'Seaglider' Ferry May Be the Best Way To Travel Between Coastal Cities

Its cruising speed of 180 mph will have you comfortably gliding above waters.

Amazon’s Rivian van begins delivering packages in its third U.S. city

The e-commerce giant announced earlier today that it began delivering packages in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Meet ASKA: The Street-Legal Flying Car That Reinvents Urban Living

Designed for door-to-door transportation, ASKA comes with a hefty price tag.

Hyundai Ioniq 5 DC Fast Charging Analysis: It Seems Impressive

If this is true, then Audi e-tron has a strong contender.

GM’s second $2.3B battery plant with LG Chem to open in late 2023

GM and LG Chem announced Friday plans to build a second U.S. battery cell factory — a $2.3 billion facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee that will supply the automaker with the cells needed for the 30 electric vehicle models it plans to launch by mid decade.