Cars

You Can Now Choose Boy George to Give You Directions on Waze. Happy Pride Month!

Rev up your car-ma chameleon jokes, set your cruise control in the 80s, etc. The LGBTQ pop icon has joined forces with America's preferred driving-assistance app.

Kenny Herzog

Tesla Is Being Outsold in China By a $4.5K Electric Car

You'd be forgiven for never having heard of the Hong Guang Mini EV before.

Matthew Humphries

GM plans to Exclusively Sell Electric Vehicles By 2035

The largest U.S. automaker is ditching combustion for good.

Jon Fingas

Tesla Asked to Recall 158,000 Vehicles Over Flash Memory Failure

An issue with Model S and Model X flash memory storage can cause the media control unit to fail.

Stephanie Mlot

Massachusetts to Ban Sale of New Gas-Powered Vehicles by 2035

The state aims to reach net zero fossil-fuel emissions within 30 years.

Stephanie Mlot

Tesla Is on a Hiring Spree to Try to Reach 500,000 Annual Car Deliveries

The carmaker is also recruiting part-time staff because it doesn't have to buy them laptops, according to a report.

Grace Dean

California Will Only Allow Zero-Emission Vehicle Sales By 2035

The emissions mandate extends to off-road equipment, drayage trucks and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

Stephanie Mlot

Tesla: Our Next-Gen Battery Tech Will Help Create a $25,000 Electric Car

Tesla plans on incorporating the new battery tech and manufacturing methods in 12 to 18 months with full utilization in three years.

Michael Kan

How the Crisis is Changing Our Love of Driving, and How Entrepreneurs Can Act On It

It's up to automakers and startups to add excitement and relevancy back into Americans' relationships with their cars if they want to keep us engaged. 

John Boitnott

Ford CEO Jim Hackett is Retiring as the Carmaker Reinvents Itself

Hackett took over as CEO in 2017 and had been leading an $11-billion restructuring of Ford's business.

Volkswagen Will Only Sell Its ID Electric Cars Online

A new 'agency' model should make buying an EV more straightforward.

Rachel England