The Model 3 is now $8,500 cheaper than just a year ago
7-Eleven, BP, Ikea and Starbucks are also building their own EV charging networks
Up to 350 miles of range with the standard battery pack
Tesla delivered more vehicles in Q1 2023 than any other single quarter
Google is aiming to corner the infotainment the market in GM vehicles again
It's got an edgy design, spine-tingling performance and the latest tech toys
Supplies of critical EV motor component could tighten by 2027
Production is set to begin in 2025
The transition to clean energy continues
Significant advances have been made in the technology that powers self-driving cars in the last decade, but there's still further to go. We dive into the current state of self-driving cars in 2023.
An affordable three-row all-electric SUV?
The case against swappable batteries in full-size EVs
The big picture: We've said it before and we'll say it again: by hook or by crook, automakers are on track to phase out gas-powered vehicles and replace them with all-electric models. Arguments abound over whether or not enough raw materials exist to back the transition or if the charging infrastructure can be built in time to support some states' deadlines for zero-emission vehicle sales. One possible solution to help mitigate the charging conundrum would be swappable batteries but willing it into reality would be a very tall order.
Tesla has already committed to opening 7,500 Superchargers to non-Tesla vehicles
What will happen to gas cars once EVs take over?
Ford is investigating a potential Lightning EV battery issue
A green future: EU votes to go all electric
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Uber wants purpose-built vehicles for its business
The quickest production Corvette in history
Automakers have already tried every manufacturing model, and yet...
Augmenting the combustion engine driving experience
System would conserve energy from suspension