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TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co is unveiling plans for a second car-battery factory in as many months, betting that demand for electric vehicles (EVs) will justify the investment in additional capacity.
MILAN (Reuters) -Ferrari, the sports car maker synonymous with roaring petrol engines, welcomes the shift to electric powertrains and is confident of retaining its lead in the market for high performance cars, its chairman said on Monday.
Data that are crucial for the safety of self-driving cars, and the way they are handled, will be important issues that the technology will have to deal with at some point down the line, predicts Volkswagen Group chief executive Herbert Diess.
MICHIGAN: Ford Motor Co overcame a critical parts shortage and managed to post a surprise profit in the second quarter, thanks to surging prices on models that have become harder to find on dealer lots.
American climate activist Jeremy Rifkin calls to treat renewable energy as a third industrial revolution is finally getting traction in his home country, as the US reconsiders its energy policies.
Resurgent motorcycle sales boost company’s income
LONDON (Reuters) - Jaguar confirmed its long-term future in the all-electric Formula E series on Thursday, with the new Gen3 era set to start next year.
DETROIT (Reuters) -The global semiconductor chip shortage that has hit automakers around the world and constrained vehicle production will easily drag into next year, the chief executive of the world's No. 4 automaker, Stellantis, said on Wednesday.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - ChargePoint, one of the world's largest electric vehicle charging networks, on Tuesday said it has agreed to acquire operating software firm has.to.be for 250 million euros ($295 million) to expand its foothold in the European market.