Hyundai investigating child labour in its US supply chain
A Reuters investigative report in July documented children, including a 12-year-old, working at a Hyundai-controlled metal stamping plant in rural Luverne, Alabama
EV charger makers brace for slowdown as new Made In America rules kick in
Long-awaited rules laid out by the White House last month are part of President Joe Biden's effort to build an electric-friendly highway system by 2030
Scratched EV battery? Your insurer may have to junk the whole car
Battery packs can cost tens of thousands of dollars and represent up to 50% of an EV's price tag, often making it uneconomical to replace them
Mahindra ends operations of Bangladesh unit
A general shareholders meeting on Tuesday decided to dissolve the Indian automaker’s Bangladesh branch
Tesla taps Asian partners to address 4680 battery concerns
The electric-vehicle maker is recruiting Chinese and Korean materials suppliers to help lower the cost and boost the energy of its newest battery cells
American carmakers muscle up on tech to keep horsepower wars going
With most car companies phasing out their gas-powered cars in favour of electric variants, automakers that had earlier differentiated their muscle cars with large engines will now rely on software upd ...
Tesla recalls 3,470 Model Y vehicles over loose bolts
Tesla will inspect bolts securing second-row driver-side and passenger-side seat back frames to the lower seat frames and if needed tighten them to specifications
How Musk missed his targets on delivering affordable cars
Elon Musk said making an affordable car has been his 'dream' since joining the company, but he missed his target to deliver electric vehicles attractively priced for the mass market