Industry News
Porsche has ceased production of combustion-engine versions of the Macan for European Union markets due to non-compliance with new EU cybersecurity regulations aimed at protecting vehicles from potential hacking threats. Following the complete halt of...
By DCB Editorial
July 9, 2024
Bankrupt Fisker has petitioned a bankruptcy judge overseeing its Chapter 11 proceedings to authorize the sale of more than 3,000 Ocean electric SUVs from its inventory at approximately $14,000 per vehicle to a vehicle-leasing company....
By DCB Editorial
July 5, 2024
MG and Nio are considering raising prices for their China-manufactured cars in Europe following the European Union’s confirmation of tariffs on imported Chinese EVs. Meanwhile, Renault’s budget Dacia brand has declared it will not increase...
By DCB Editorial
July 5, 2024
The Rimac Verne may sound like a bloke who has had one too many drinks at the end-of-year corporate Christmas party, but like all drunks, the Verne is a potentially dangerous harbinger of the future....
By DCB Editorial
June 26, 2024
They are corporate, sterile, strategically monolithic, and they are the Sterile Corporate Monolith Stellantis—a tax-avoiding conglomerate, treading water and gasping for air in a struggle to stay afloat. Now, this sterile corporation has added a...
By Chris Ward
June 25, 2024
According to a recent automotive research study, software-defined vehicles, advancements in battery and charging technology, and improved reuse and recycling of components could collectively generate over $660 billion in revenue for the auto industry by...
By DCB Editorial
June 24, 2024