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Falling sales of sedans is forcing layoffs at some manufacturing plants. Total sales are below 2015 and 2016 figures, which will have a ripple effect throughout the entire US economy.
Kia has topped the JD Power Initial Quality awards for the second year in a row. Tesla has elected not to share data with JD Power and so it is not included in the results.
There is a rumor being circulated by German Magazine Auto Bild that might be of particular interest to racing fans everywhere.
Polestar has been making a name for itself on race tracks around the world by providing some of the closest and most exciting race finishes in recent history.
Workhorse CEO Steve Burns says the W-15 plug-in hybrid pickup truck is cost effective and reliable. So far, it has hundreds of pre-orders and expects to begin production next year.
The Michelin Vision is a 3D printed concept that combines the wheel and tire into one sustainable, bio-degradable package, reducing the amount of rubber need to a minimum.
Ford says it won't build its Ford Focus in Mexico. Instead, it will build it in China and use the savings to expand production of SUVs in the US.
The IIHS has awarded the 2017 Chevy Bolt is Top Safety Pick rating, the first all electric car to earn that distinction.
The driver of a Tesla Model S who was killed in a crash in Florida last year had his hands on the wheel for only 25 seconds during the 37 minutes before the crash according to the NTSB.
Bloomberg says official confirmation of a new Tesla factory in Shanghai, China could come as early as next week, as Tesla positions itself to compete in the burgeoning Chinese electric car market.
Porsche claimed its 19th victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race last weekend, but will it continue in endurance racing or shift its focus to Formula E?
A source tells Trevor Page that Tesla will begin production of the Model 3 early and have several thousand cars completed by the end of July.
Tesla's competitors continued to boast this week that they'd soon be neck-and-neck with the Musk bunch, while the 24 hours of LeMans, as always, caught our imagination The post Gas2 Week in Review, June 18: Tesla Competitors Race Late to the Starting Line — Plus Le Mans!
Chinese company CHJ Automotive says it will introduce an ultra compact electric car with swappable batteries selling for under $8,000 in 2018.
Don Panoz and Green4U Racing have brought their innovative all electric race car to Le Mans this weekend, a car they hope to race on track in the near future.
Lyft says it expects the majority of rides in 2021 will be in self driving electric cars. It pledges that it will use 100% renewable energy to keep those cars charged.
Kamui Kobayashi set the fastest lap ever recorded at Le Mans during qualifying for this year's event, smashing the old record by more than 2 seconds.
Tesla has been dissed by the Texas legislature again. A new EV rebate was approved recently but only applies to cars purchased at a franchise dealer.
Researchers at Stanford have devised a way to improve wireless charging while on the go. The advance could have benefits for green transportation as well as other applications.
Two Formula E races this weekend in Berlin ended with surprises, as victors weren't always what they seemed and teams may have pushed the limits in the pits The post Formula E Double Header in Berlin Offers Double Confusion and Fun appeared first on Gas 2.