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GM's $787 million Canada plan calls for EV600 output start in November, Equinox end in 2023

GM is eager to begin assembly of the EV600 as part of its new BrightDrop commercial EV business, which was unveiled during CES last week. FedEx Express will be the first customer for the electric van, with GM planning to build 500 units.

Why Waymo boss says ‘self-driving' needs to go

"Self-driving" terminology should evolve, says John Krafcik: "Language really does matter."

In 14-brand Stellantis, who will make the cut?

PSA and FCA are each contributing seven brands to the new company, which will need to figure out what still works in North America beyond Jeep and Ram.

When the chips are down: Big Tech’s needs put dent in car output

The auto industry and the global electronics world are tussling for microchips as the pandemic strains the supply chain.

Ford delays some Mustang Mach-E deliveries up to 8 weeks

The automaker is holding onto "several hundred" Mustang Mach-E crossovers to perform additional quality checks that could delay delivery to customers in the U.S. and Canada by up to 8 weeks.