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The Alpha Wolf EV pickup: Is there room for one more electric truck?

It's smaller and less expensive than most electric pickups announced so far.

Tesla releases video of its new electric semi truck prototype on test track

The sighting on the test track was the first time that the new electric trucks were spotted moving by their own power.

Canoo's New Pickup Truck Is The Anti-Cybertruck Because It May Actually Be A Useful Truck

The Canoo design is very much a modern take on the old cab-forward or forward control truck design, where the driver’s cab is situated over or very near the front wheels, and the hood is eliminated, with the engine either under the bed behind the cab somewhere or in a “doghouse” inside the cab.

Federal investigators blast Tesla, call for stricter safety standards

NTSB blames NHTSA and Tesla for a deadly 2019 Autopilot crash in Florida.

Apple could reportedly make the Apple Car without a big-name automaker as negotiations hit speed bumps

The company could use a contract manufacturer to assemble its cars, while sourcing its own parts.

Video: Announcing the Canoo Truck

EV startup Canoo takes the wraps off their multifunctional truck platform.

Porsche raises stake in electric car and components maker Rimac Automobili

Rimac Automobili, the Croatian company known for its electric hypercars and battery and powertrain development, has gained yet another investment from Porsche AG.

A Huge Chunk Of America Is Getting A New Electric Car Charging Network

Six American utilities across the South and the Midwest announced a new EV charging network called the Electric Highway Coalition.

Report: The future of car buying - Omnichannel, personalized, and fun

If shared mobility and autonomous vehicles take off, will people still buy cars for personal use? And what will car shopping look like?

Tesla is slowly losing its electric-vehicle crown as Ford's Mustang Mach-E cuts into sales

Ford's new electric car has been widely successful, winning awards and Wall Street's approval.