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MUNICH (Reuters) - Whether buying computer chips directly from manufacturers, reconfiguring cars, or producing them with parts missing, automakers are having to get creative to cope with the global shortage of semiconductors.
In the rush to forge ties with a hot, new startup, what seemed like a match made in heaven ultimately crashed and burned.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, has joined electric vehicle charging (EV) venture Ionity in a 700 million euro ($788 million) funding round, providing a much-needed cash injection to speed up construction of high-power loading sites.
Electric truck maker Rivian and Ford have broken off their partnership to develop new EVs, as the legacy car maker expands its own EV making plans.
(Reuters) -General Motors aims to tackle the global semiconductor shortage with new designs built in North America, President Mark Reuss said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Vehicles from Tesla Inc and electric sport utilities from rival brands are among the least reliable models sold in the United States, a reflection of the risks of new technology, Consumer Reports said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - General Motors Co's BrightDrop said on Thursday vehicle leasing firm Merchants Fleet plans to order 5,400 more of its delivery vans in a boost to the largest U.S. automaker's fledgling electric commercial vehicle business.
(Reuters) -Ford Motor Co and chip manufacturer GlobalFoundries Inc on Thursday said they plan to work together to boost supplies for the automaker's vehicles and the broader U.S. auto industry but gave few details about what the deal entails.
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Once patented, the next step for Ford will be to test a prototype of this cable to determine specific charging speeds for different vehicle models.