News and Articles About Automakers
Blackberry has signed a deal with Ford Motor Co.
The company is aiming to better compete with other electric car makers such as Tesla.
Companies such as Ford and Toyota now recognize they may turn ride-hailing services and car sharing companies into steady customers for all sorts of vehicles.
The service launched almost four months ago.
The deal is a lifeline for Mitsubishi Motors, which is mired in its third scandal in two decades and has had $3 billion wiped off its market value
As a comparison, consider that General Motors Co.'s $48 billion market value is equivalent to about $4,800 for every vehicle it sold last year.
This is the first time that a Silicon Valley company has partnered with a traditional automaker to create a driverless vehicle.
Anonymous sources say the partnership could be announced soon.
Automakers are trying to appeal to younger consumers in major global cities who are less likely to buy a car.
Wireless charging could help accelerate the adoption of individually owned electric vehicles.
You can order a full tank of gas from your smartphone with the app from Seattle-based Booster.
Sidecar closed shop at the end of December after a multi-year fight to stay in the race against rivals Uber and Lyft and their ever-growing war chests and market shares.
The shared leasing pilot aims to attract customers who don't need a vehicle on a full-time basis, but still want some kind of ownership
The San Francisco-based Uber competitor announces a new $1 billion funding round that values it at $5.5 billion.