Back in late March, Goldman stunned commodity traders when its energy strategist Jeffrey Currie predicted that landlocked oil (such as WTI, and unlike Brent) could trade negative in the very near future as a result of the massive demand plunge in oil
Tesla shares breached the $1,000 threshold in intraday trading for the first time on Wednesday, after:
Tesla Semi finally got the green light for volume production. Perhaps because Nikola Motor's FCVs/BEVs are approaching?
Tesla supplier develops battery that will last for 16 years and a MILLION miles in breakthrough that could transform electric vehicle market
n today's class, professor Munro teaches driveline 101.
Just how forward looking are stocks? With the Rails index back to all time highs this seems like an especially appropriate question considering the fundamental data which is.... well, see for yourselves.
Larry Page and Sebastian Thrun's personal flying carpet project has been grounded, as the Kitty Hawk company turns its attention to a larger, faster, longer range aircraft with better commercial potential in the emerging eVTOL air taxi market.
Hertz continues to offload used rental cars at low prices. You can find Toyota, VW, and BMW models well below street value.
Typically, a Model 3 crushes a Mustang, but not so much this time.
For all those people who said the Cybertruck looked weird, they clearly didn't see it on the Moon's surface.
Japanese Diesel engine manufacturer Yanmar has signaled its intention to bring hydrogen fuel cells to the consumer marine market, collaborating with Toyota to develop the technology and prototype it in a small boat by the end of the year.
The big bank has stopped making car loans through most independent auto dealers, which suggests that lenders more reliant on auto loans are headed for trouble.
Who would look at these cars side by side and think the Tesla even has a fighting chance?
A San Bernardino County transportation agency voted Wednesday, June 3, for a Elon Musk's The Boring Co. proposal for a high-speed tunnel linking Rancho Cucamonga with Ontario International Airport.
The Model S still looks good, even nearly a decade after launch, but its design is beginning to show its age.
GM's electric van "BV1" is expected in the U.S. in late 2021.
It seems pretty clear that the R1V will be the name for the company's upcoming all-electric van. However, details aren't clear about the mystery 'X' vehicle.
Tesla doesn't need to advertise since its fans do the heavy lifting.
Not having to stop is a big deal when it's dangerous to stop. Which is why a diesel-powered anything could be exactly the right vehicle to have right now - and ongoing. For another reason, too - which we'll get into momentarily.
Of course, we can do this. Why not?
Have a grain of salt close to hand, because we've just caught wind that Tesla might be opening a new facility in Europe, after the one it's currently building close to Berlin, in Germany.
The driver attempted to brake at the last second, but it was too late.
We get to see the electric version of the Vanderhall three-wheeler in action, but the video doesn't follow Jay's usual format.
Organized labor throughout the city is banding together in solidarity against police violence in the aftermath of Floyd's death.
Until the market learns how reliable the R1T and R1S will be, that's a good call.
The 21-inch lightweight wheels are great, but the rain made a much bigger impact than anticipated.
Self-driving startup Nuro is well-positioned to pursue its ambitions of autonomous delivery, having received a first-of-its-kind exemption from the US Department of Transport back in February.
It'll serve as the gateway drug between normal Mustangs and the hi-po Shelby models.
This edition is hosted by InsideEVs editor and InsideEVs Forum moderator, Domenick Yoney. He is joined by Martyn Lee of the EV News Daily podcast, Kyle Conner of the newly-established InsideEVs YouTube channel as well as his own Out Of Spec Motoring
Finding a manual transmission in a new car - even a new economy car - is becoming as hard as finding a curbside parking spot in New York City.