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Work will not stop, though, AECOM says.

Faraday Future once received $215 million in incentives from Nevada.


China gives CH-Auto the go-ahead to build electric cars.

The Mayor of Monaco drove one of the three Mirais in the 2016 e-Rallye Monte-Carlo. US industry would like tax credits to favor domestic producers. CH-Auto allowed to build 50,000 EVs per year.


AECOM isn't just for the Hyperloop any more, will build Faraday Future's $1B factory

Golden tickets (probably) not required.


Partners could make photovoltaic cells, modules in New York next year.

Tesla offers another reason for the SolarCity deal to make sense.


Automaker's growth may require enlarging its Bay Area factory.

But who's to say, really?


Factory union official hints at large loss for automaker in third quarter.


Mustang factory will be shut down for one week.


The Blue Oval is done making cars in the land Down Under.


LG Chem officially announces Poland battery plant; FCA, Iveco focus on CNG.

This pedelec could be your first BMW. LG Chem's Poland plant to cost $340 million. Renault-Nissan to shuttle COP22 delegates in EVs. FCA, Iveco, and Snam to boost CNG in Italy.


Apparently, it didn't help with the rhetoric.

Ford said it was "great meeting." Hmmm.


First factory tire rooms, tomorrow Skynet. The rise of the (tire) machines starts now.


Buyers were not interested in paying $4,800 more for just 7 extra MPG.

Slightly better fuel figures weren't enough to draw customers in.


Local UAW boss confirms in response to Trump attacks

Will be built alongside the Ford Ranger.


If you want to win in racing, you sweat each single part of the car.


Commodore GTS-R W1 could get the supercharged LS9.

The last HSV-branded Commodore is poised to be the greatest one ever.


BYD expands its US factory; German states sue VW.

Toyota says recall is unrelated to Takata. Peugueot expands lineup with 28-mph pedelec. BYD moves onto Phase 2 expansion in CA. VW gets sued by German states.


By the end of 2016, GM will be 4 percent of the way there.

The company has made progress. A little, tiny bit of progress.


Maybe if the midsize pickup market gets big enough, we could see a new Ranger and Frontier.


Is the new paint facility really a new assembly line? Let's speculate!

We read it on the internet, so it must be true.


The American home of the automobile doesn't want to get left behind in the self-driving race.

Michigan senate unanimously approves unrestricted use of autonomous vehicles.

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