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Hertz orders 100,000 Teslas in car-rental industry shake-up

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Hertz Global Holdings Inc., barely four months out of bankruptcy, placed an order for 100,000 Teslas in the first step of an ambitious plan to electrify its rental-car fleet.

Auto review: Last of the breed, best of the breed. Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V...

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The trouble with straightaways is they have to end.

US factory output falls in fresh supply chain warning

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Production at U.S. factories fell by the most in seven months in September, in part reflecting a sharp pullback in the manufacturing of motor vehicles as well as broader backlogged supply chains and materials shortages.

Ford’s China sales also hit by chip shortage in third quarter

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Ford Motor Co. saw its China sales decrease 8.7% year over year in the third quarter.

GM reinventing Cadillac brand with new financing arm

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General Motors' luxury brand Cadillac will soon get its own financing arm for customers as it continues to head toward a future of all-electric vehicles.

Is your car still stuck in the shop? Blame shortage of spare parts

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The world’s supply chain woes are bearing down on U.S. auto garages.

Tesla moving headquarters from Palo Alto to Texas

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Electric car maker Tesla will move its headquarters out of Palo Alto and out of California, CEO Elon Musk said Thursday.

Tesla delivers ‘eye popping’ 241,300 cars in record quarter

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Tesla Inc. delivered a better-than-expected 241,300 cars worldwide in the third quarter, a record for the electric-car maker led by Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk.

Ford goes all-in on electric vehicles with massive multibillion-dollar investment

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Ford Motor Co. on Monday night announced a historic investment in its future that will pump more than $11 billion into manufacturing a strong, dependable supply of essential parts for electric vehicles, creating nearly 11,000 jobs along the way.

Tesla starts judging owners it charged $10,000 for self-driving

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The wait is almost over for some Tesla Inc. customers to get access to driver-assistance technology the company has marketed in controversial ways — as long as they’re on their best behavior.

Chevrolet Bolt battery fixes to start by mid-October, GM says

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General Motors will start making battery fixes to over 140,000 recalled Chevrolet Bolts EVs and EUVs beginning in mid-October.

2022 Toyota Tundra debuts with hybrid engine, 12,000-pound towing capacity

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Success in the full-size pickup market has been elusive for Toyota thus far, but the automaker brings its A-game to the fray with its 2022 Tundra, a brawny new truck that has the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 in its sights.

Ford confirms plan to double F-150 Lightning production, ramp up hiring

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A year after revealing plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in the iconic Rouge Complex to build the all-electric F-150 Lightning, the automaker announced Thursday that its initial plan didn't go far enough.

Apple car chief’s departure puts its next big thing in doubt

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The abrupt departure of Apple Inc.’s top automotive executive imperils its efforts to develop a self-driving car, a project that’s been seen as one of the tech giant’s biggest bets.

Chip shortage seen limiting Mexico auto output to 2020 levels

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Mexico’s auto output this year is now expected to be similar to last year’s level amid a worldwide chip shortage that had production plants running at just over 50% capacity in August.

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