Tesla braces investors for another quarter in the red » Read More
By: Christine Wang
When asked during a Wednesday earnings call if Tesla is considering launching an insurance program, Musk says the company is working on one. » Read More
Executives braced investors for another loss in the second quarter before returning to profitability in the second half of the year. » Read More
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Ford says it will build an all-new battery electric vehicle using Rivian's skateboard platform.
Tesla investors await updates on service improvements, the Shanghai Gigafactory and Model 3 margins.
According to Crunchbase data, start-up AutoX has raised around $43 million in funds, and that includes an investment from China's Dongfeng Motor Group.
The event served as a distraction from Tesla's recent operational, regulatory and financial troubles, which will be in full focus during the company's first-quarter earnings report on Wednesday.
Elon Musk's Tesla is a classic battleground stock involving Wall Street hedge fund shorts; long-term investors; traditional industries like autos and oil ripe for disruption; and opposing political views about climate change and the future.
In a sign of how fast things are changing, two of the three finalists for World Car of the Year at the 2019 New York show are fully electric.
Trump, who previously called for a boycott against motorcycle company, said the EU tariffs have forced Harley to move jobs overseas.
U.S. auto safety regulators have expanded an investigation into malfunctioning airbag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles because the bags may not inflate in a crash.
The first round of Lyft analyst notes is bullish on the newly public company as brokerages clamor to recommend the stock.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk touted robotaxis by 2020 on Tesla autonomy investor day, and Wall Street's reaction? Not impressed.
Nearly a million people are expected to visit the New York International Auto Show this week.
"It's financially insane to buy anything other than a Tesla," says the CEO of the electric auto maker.
Despite the bullish speeches at the New York auto show, there's a sense of growing concern among industry leaders and analysts.
Tesla said Monday it immediately sent a team to investigate an explosion of one of its cars in Shanghai Sunday evening local time.
The New York auto show typically boasts at least a few speed demons and sports cars. Here is a list of some highlights.
Odds are it will take you longer to say "Land Rover Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition" than it takes for the new SUV to hit 60.