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Scrapping the plan pushes the administration further away from allowing EVs to generate nearly 2 billion credits under the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard over the next two years.
The automaker, which saw its suppler relations score plummet in a recent study, said it has hired Liz Door, a sourcing executive at Whirlpool.
GM questions the profitability of sub-$40,000 EVs. Lexus introduces a smaller hybrid for Europe in another self-charging fog. And Toyota has a whole suite of vehicles that meet the mark for AWD, 40-mpg, and $30,000. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. GM CEO Mary Barra said last week that EV battery costs are still too high to build profitable EVs in...
The VW Polo ranks #2 in Brazil in May. 166,361 new light vehicles found a Brazilian buyer in May, sending the market back into negative territory at -4.9% year-on-year. The year-to-date volume is now up 10% to 754,851. Fiat (-11.6%) falls faster than the market but easily stays atop the brands chart
The survey gauges U.S. dealer feelings about aspects of their dealership, including inventory, staffing and general economic conditions.