It could debut next year, and go on sale in 2020.
Everybody's getting in the game.
A new platform perhaps, but we're guessing the playbook remains.
It's expected to cost $45,000 after federal tax credit.
The state has more than 150 major suppliers and 57,000 auto manufacturing jobs.
4,000 jobs in Huntsville, where Toyota already has an engine plant.
It sure looks dumpy with all that camo.
Where have we heard that range before?
Byton says the production version will start at $45,000.
Nvidia is also helping enable VW's "Intelligent Co-Pilot" technology.
You like supercars? We offer you the mid-engine Corvette. Pickup trucks? How about the 2019 Ram 1500. A vintage bus-turned-RV? Yep, we've even got that.
Fisker says the sedan's interior will be more spacious those of its competitors, with rear legroom exceeding that of "many full-size luxury sedans."
It's setting up a wireless network in big cities, on highways
"What this [VW settlement] can do is make it easier for more transit agencies to try more electric buses on a greater number of routes, and become familiar with them and see that they really work for them."
Hyundai and VW partner with Silicon Valley startup Aurora on self-driving