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General Motors is hitting the accelerator on its drive towards electric autos, significantly boosting its near-term investments as it unveils new models and builds production capacity.
Kia unveils a new crossover sport-utility vehicle, as part of its push to introduce electric vehicles in the US, banking on the attitude towards such cars to change.
As electric cars struggle for acceptance in the US, its government is trying to normalise them by introducing EV chargers at high-traffic locations like convenience stores, gas stations and outdoor strip malls.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - In Shanghai, aerospace executive Lu Hao didn't just buy a sleek electric SUV from Nio, China's answer to Tesla. He bought Nio's whole vision of a future where social media, e-commerce and the daily commute converge in one lifestyle app.
MILAN (Reuters) - As Italy entered a new coronavirus lockdown and shut shops in March, Genoa-based jeweller Gismondi 1754 turned to messaging service WhatsApp to sell a 300,000 euro diamond ring to a wealthy Swiss client.
To understand why the US$450bil (RM1.85 trillion) semiconductor industry has lurched into crisis, a helpful place to start is a one-dollar part called a display driver.
Apple Inc entering the electric-car race could be a boon to Continental AG’s Vitesco Technologies powertrain unit as it attempts a wrenching transition away from internal combustion engines.
(Reuters) - U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said on Wednesday a hacking incident reported on Tuesday was restricted to a supplier's production site in Henan province, China, and its Shanghai car factory and showrooms were not affected.
Volvo has announced plans to shift its business model to expand, and favour, online sales. The news seems in phase with current and future trends, at a time when it can be faster and more practical to configure and buy a car with a smartphone or a computer than by having to visit a dealership.
Ford announced an acceleration of its investment push into electric autos, with US$22bil (RM89.64bil) in investment through 2025, nearly twice the earlier plan.