Tesla has the Cybertruck, GM a $113,000 Hummer, and Ford an electric F-150. And then there are the startups.
A ballot measure would create a new classification for people who have been contractors. Uber and Lyft threaten to leave the state if it fails.
The GM subsidiary wins approval from California to offer driverless passenger service.
Boom Supersonic’s sleek prototype craft rolled out this week; the final production model will be quieter than previous supersonics, and a novel fly-by-wire system will keep it stable at low speeds.
From uncomfortable benches to sidewalk boulders, objects that say “go away” can be hard to detect—until you start noticing them.
The company’s Q3 report exceeded analysts’ expectations, but its stock still fell about 3 percent in Friday morning trading.
Governor Gavin Newsom outlines an ambitious plan for the nation’s largest state to rely exclusively on electric-powered passenger cars and trucks.