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Over half of all cars sold in Norway in 2020 were electric, with the rest of the world expected to follow suit.
After months of turmoil, Nikola stock fell 25% on Monday following a revised General Motors deal, which eliminated any equity stake claim.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, car manufacturers have been focusing efforts on manufacturing important medical equipment that is in short supply.
Uber stock went soaring 38% yesterday after the company proved it had the ability to weather a downturn, announcing it has $10 billion in cash reserves
The eccentric CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, reminded investors yesterday that, even amidst coronavirus panic, the show must go on by announcing expansion plans
Tesla’s first planned Gigafactory in Europe runs into local opposition and legal complications before building even begins.
General Motors has confirmed that it will be unveiling a new electric vehicle in a Super Bowl commercial to compete with Tesla’s Cybertruck