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GM Cruise will cut one-quarter of its workforce

GM says it's on 'a more deliberate path forward, with safety as the north star'

U.S. opens investigation into 447,000 VW, Audi vehicles for fuel leaks

A 2016 recall of the VW Golf and Audi A3 may not have fixed the problem

GM's Cruise robotaxi unit fires 9 execs after safety probe

'A necessary step ... as it focuses on accountability, trust and transparency'

Tesla to lose $7,500 consumer tax credits for some Model 3 vehicles

Tesla has not explained why the Model 3's battery will no longer qualify

Tesla recalling 2 million U.S. vehicles over Autopilot safeguards

Software system controls 'may not be sufficient to prevent driver misuse,' Tesla said

Car Buying
U.S. FTC finalizes car-buying rules to rein in dealership junk fees, 'shady tactics'

The industry is opposed, calling it a 'micromanagement of the sales experience'

GM, Komatsu to develop hydrogen fuel cells for gigantic electric mining truck

320-ton payload truck doesn't travel far, so refueling isn't much of a problem

UAW files unfair labor charges against Volkswagen, Honda and Hyundai

Charges were filed in Indiana, Alabama and Tennessee

Use plant-based 'leather' for greener EVs, says designer Vicki von Holzhausen

'Customers are very enthusiastic about having good vegan options for vehicle interiors'

Automakers race to reduce battery costs to compete with Chinese companies

Batteries are a big focus, but so are other components

Tesla Cybertruck's stiff structure, sharp design 'alarm' auto safety experts

Reuters consulted 6 safety professors and officials who viewed the crash-test videos

Stellantis cutting back SUV production, citing California emissions rules

It has been limiting their shipments to states that follow CARB standards

Danish pension fund will sell its Tesla shares over union dispute

It's part of a growing Nordic movement to force Tesla to sign collective bargaining agreements

Ford Mustang Mach-E probably won't qualify for EV tax credits in January

It's not yet clear if the F-150 Lighting will still qualify

VW brand to slash administrative expenses in $11 billion cost-cutting drive

The focus is on inefficiencies: Wolfsburg builds just two-thirds the cars it used to

Norway union to join growing Tesla blockade supporting Swedish union

'The right to demand a collective agreement is an obvious part of our working life'

Nissan, Mitsubishi confirm plans to invest in Renault EV unit Ampere

'Developing electric vehicles all over the world alone would be very challenging'

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