Tesla Marks Milestone As Threats Gather
Some 12 years and one month ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk delivered the firm’s first electric vehicle… to himself. Fast-forward to today, and electric vehicle are sprouting from automakers the world over — including the “legacy” automakers Teslaphiles so often deride as out of touch.
On Monday, the company that opened the floodgates for EV proliferation marked a production milestone once thought of as inconceivable: its millionth car.
American Motorists On Pace To Break 2007 Miles-Driven Record
Thanks to low fuel prices, American motorists drove a record 720.1 billion miles during the first quarter of 2015.
Subaru Sees US Production Boost Five Years Early Due To Rising Sales
Fuji Heavy Industries announced it would increase production at its Lafayette, Ind. plant as Subaru hits its North American sales target five years early.
General Motors To Fall Short Of 2017 500K Electrified-Vehicle Milestone
General Motors announced Thursday it would fall short of its goal of having 500,000 electrified vehicles on the road by 2017.
GM Gives Away 2016 Chevrolet Malibu, Invests $174 Million In Kansas
In celebration of a key milestone, General Motors CEO Mary Barra gave away a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Monday, a feat that could never happen with the old Malibu, even with Oprah’s help.
Japan Hydrogen Ambitions Fall Short Of March 2016 Target
Japan’s ambition to have 100 hydrogen fueling stations by next March may fall short of reality now that the deadline to apply for subsidies has passed.
Subaru Of America Delivers 500K In Single-Year Sales For The First Time
It’s official: Subaru of America has moved 500,000 units in a single year for the first time.