http://www.greencarreports.com - Throughout its project to build a massive battery "Gigafactory" near Reno, Nevada, Tesla has had assistance from its current battery supplier, Panasonic. The Japanese electronics company has agreed to help fund the project, and will use its technical resources to help set up and run the factory.
http://driving.ca - Need an affordable way to get around town but don’t want to chance your money on a used vehicle? Well, you’re in luck.
http://driving.ca - Let’s attribute it to hometown bias for the extra attention the Buick Avista Concept and 2017 Lincoln Continental received at this year’s North American International Auto Show.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - A Chinese Cadillac? Sold in the U.S.? It’s about to happen, as the brand’s chief marketing officer Uwe Ellinghaus told Bloomberg that the CT6 plug-in hybrid sedan will only be built in China, and thus will be exported to the U.S. when it goes on sale later in 2016.
http://www.motortrend.com - During the New England International Auto Show, Jeep unveiled the latest addition to its Cherokee lineup. The premium Overland model will feature a combination of luxury and capability, with a long list of standard features.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - You kind of figured from the start of Google’s koala-shaped autonomous-car project that the search kingpin really just wanted to create and sell software, not build a production vehicle. That intention is now becoming more clear, so expect a few partnerships between Google and automakers to hit the news this year.
http://www.motorauthority.com - Opel has confirmed plans to unveil a new GT concept at March’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show and to build excitement released this teaser video.
http://driving.ca - “I love humanity, but I hate humans. ” Spend enough time on social media, and it’s not hard to concede that Albert Einstein had a point – but it can also be a great conduit for ideas between like-minded people, a mobilizing force for positive change.
http://www.forbes.com - It’s no coincidence that the day before GM unveiled the Bolt EV it announced a whopping $500 million investment in Lyft, the San Francisco-based ride-sharing service. GM now owns an estimated 9 percent of Lyft, which valued itself at $5.5 billion after its latest $1 billion funding round. GM President Daniel Ammann will join Lyft’s board and together, the two companies plan to develop an on-demand network of self-driving cars.
http://wardsauto.com - 2016 North American International Auto Show The Avista is not the first concept car to generate build-it-now buzz. In fact, it is not even the first from Buick in recent years to make such an impression.