Volkswagen CEO steps down, faces series of setbacks
Herbert Diess steps down as Volkswagen CEO, Oliver Blume, CEO of Porsche will succeed Diess. Diess assumed the position as CEO in 2018, with an expiring contract in 2025.
Used cars costing consumers $10,000 more than 'normal' as inflation rages
Used car prices have skyrocketed close to 45% over the past year as a result of pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions and a semiconductor shortage.
ZIGGY: The EV charging robot that rolls to you
EV Safe Charger founder and CEO Caradoc Ehrenhalt introduces the robotics firm's mobile solution to 'charge anxiety' on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Can-Am issues 'do not ride' warning on recalled three-wheel motorcycles
The Can-Am Ryker three-wheel motorcycle is being recalled because a defective part could cause the handlebars to come loose, leading to a loss of control.
Amazon, Rivian start rolling out electric delivery vans
By the end of 2022, Amazon and Rivian's electric delivery vans will hit the road in more than 100 cities.
USPS to increase size of electric vehicle fleet
USPS will expand its electrified fleet of next generation delivery vehicles after facing pushback from the Biden administration, EPA and environmentalist groups.
The best, worst states for teen drivers in 2022: report
WalletHub found the best and worst states for teen drivers this year, based on their safety, economic environment and driving laws. The report found that New York was the best state.
Here's when the Tesla Cybertruck might go on sale, according to Elon Musk
Elon Musk said during Tesla's Q2 earnings call that the Cybertruck pickup could be on sale by the middle of next year as it continues development on the truck.
Lyft to shutter its car-rental business and lay off about 60 workers
Lyft is responding to economic concerns by laying off about 60 workers, shuttering its car-rental business and consolidating its global operations team.
Facts scare the Biden administration the most: Doug Collins
Former Georgia congressman Doug Collins discusses the Squad's appearance at a pro-abortion demonstration, Transportation Secretary Buttigieg being grilled on Capitol Hill and Biden's climate announcement.
Online car dealer Carvana banned from Illinois for second time
Illinois on Monday banned Carvana from selling cars in the state for a second time after the popular online car dealer failed to get some buyers their car registrations and titles.
Volkswagen CEO reveals why company will play 'major role' in EV market
Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess explained on Tuesday the company's plans as it pertains to electric vehicles, arguing that it will be a major player in the space.
Volkswagen CEO reveals EV plans for company
Volkswagen Group CEO Herbert Diess says in many markets, the company plans to 'be 100% electric by 2035.'
Volkswagen CEO 'confident' company will play 'major role' in the EV market
Herbert Diess, Volkswagen Group CEO, explains plans for the company as it pertains to its electric vehicle push.
Chip shortage threatens to curb China's momentum as EV global leader
China is the world's largest producer of cars, which means the global shortage of chips, also known as microcontrollers or semiconductors, is hitting the country particularly hard.
Semiconductor shortage is chipping away at car safety features
Some automotive safety features are getting harder to find as automakers remove technology from vehicles to navigate the ongoing semiconductor shortage.
GM lacks parts to handle recall it issued
General Motors initiated a recall for two of its vehicles earlier this year, but as of July, does not have the necessary parts to address the recall.
New Ford Bronco 'Raptor' sold out for 2022 year ahead of sales date
FoxNews.com automotive editor Gary Gastelu shares details from his test drive of the sold-out Ford Bronco Raptor on 'Varney & Co.'
Gas prices fall even as demand surges: AAA
Gas prices dipped slightly over the past week, even as more Americans were on the road for the July 4th holiday, according to AAA.
General Motors installing electric vehicle chargers at Pilot and Flying J truck stops
General Motors and Pilot Flying J will jointly have 2,000 electric car chargers installed at 500 of the Pilot and Flying J center locations across the U.S.