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Cruise intends to be the first company to test its fully driverless vehicles on the dense city streets of San Francisco.
This Week In AVs: Waymo Launches Driverless Public Rides; Real-World Safety Spectrum Uses Detailed; And More
“In the near term, 100% of our rides will be fully driverless,” said Waymo CEO John Krafcik.
China's plans to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2060 is the latest high-profile development in the shift away from fossil fuels.
The U.S. is lagging behind the rest of the world’s major auto markets in the transition to EVs.
While EV sales have taken a hit during the pandemic, analysts believe it will not derail the march toward electrification.
COVID-19 has exposed frailties in the U.S. economy. The crisis provides an opportunity to bolster American economic resilience.
2020 is predicted to be a breakout year for electric vehicles globally—but a contracting auto market and uncertain policy support show obstacles remain.
As the electric vehicle market matures, increasing attention is being paid to the United States' critical mineral supply chain.
Sales of ICE vehicles may well have peaked, but it is still far too soon to write oil's obituary.
Sen. Chuck Schumer has announced a $454 billion plan to electrify one-quarter of the U.S. vehicle fleet