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Fiat Chrysler to pay Tesla hundreds of millions for emissions credits
Chrysler and Tesla aren't known for having much in common. Tesla builds nothing but pure electric cars, with no tailpipes. Chrysler was the first among American car companies to abandon its car lineup and focus on building big, heavy, thirsty SUVs and pickups.
Tesla stock falls 9% after reporting its biggest sales drop in its history
Tesla on Wednesday reported a massive drop in auto sales for last quarter, though the company said it's confident it will still reach its annual sales goal.
Ford’s Mustang-inspired electric SUV will have 600-kilometre range
Ford previously announced it will manufacture a Mustang-inspired SUV, which may or may not be named the Mach E.
2021 Ford Transit Electric Van: Everything We Know
Ford intends to introduce in Europe the new all-electric Transit van in 2021 and says it will be a “volume launch”. The prototype of the Ford Transit Electric was presented yesterday at the “Go Further” event in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
EV Comparison: 2019 Chevrolet Bolt vs Hyundai Kona EV
We’re an odd pair, don’t you think, Clayton, to be testing two mid-priced, fairly smallish, hardly-scintillating electric hatchbacks. After all, the Tesla forums have me pegged as a supercar-driving troglodyte who drinks fossil fuel for breakfast, while you, my young anachronism, drive a, what is it, 1959 Chevrolet Suburban only slightly smaller — and thirstier — than an Abrams tank.