Automotive News

Support For EVs Is Far From Certain

A major country is cutting its EV incentives for the second time in a year, gas prices are falling in Japan, and we have another driverless car crash. All that and more in The Morning Shift for December 15, 2021.Read more...

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The Toyota EV Reveal Has A Message For Subaru And Mazda, 'These Are Your Next Electric Cars. Pick One.'

Toyota has piqued the car world’s collective interest with its fleet of EVs that could go into production in the near future. And I have to imagine that Mazda and Subaru are paying close attention right now, because the car world might be looking at an el

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Owner Of Stolen BMW That Slammed Into A School Bus To Pay Thousands

We recently wrote about the incredible damage caused by a stolen BMW crashing into a school bus so hard that it rolled over. There’s an update to the story and it’s a sad one. Not only will the owner of the car not be seeing any money from their insurance

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Michigan Is Absolutely Desperate To Get The Detroit Auto Show Back

It’s been almost three years since the last North American International Auto Show, more familiarly known as the Detroit Auto Show, after its 2020 and 2021 shows were canceled because of the pandemic. And automakers were already starting to move on from a

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