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Ford, BMW lead Solid Power’s $130M Series B round

A Solid Power manufacturing engineer holds two 20 ampere hour (Ah) all solid-state battery cells for the BMW Group and Ford Motor Company. The 20 ampere hour (Ah) all solid-state battery cells were produced on Solid Power’s Colorado-based pilot production line. Source: Solid Power. Solid state battery systems have long been considered the next breakthrough in battery technology, with multiple startups vying to be the first to commercialization. Automakers have been some of the top investors in...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Colorado, Tech, Automotive, Ford, Bmw, Volkswagen, Ford Motor Company, BMW Group, McKenna, General Motors Ford, SSB, Mark Harris, Ford BMW, Solid State Batteries


Nio falls 8% after chip shortage leads to production halt and lowered delivery guidance

NIO EP9 electric car is displayed at its store in Beijing REUTERS Nio fell as much as 8% on Friday after it said it is temporarily halting production due to a continued shortage in computer chips.Nio will halt production at its JAC-NIO plant for five days starting on March 29.The production halt has led Nio to reduce its first quarter delivery target by 1,000 vehicles. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.A continued global shortage in semiconductors has ...
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Clips From Today’s Halftime Report

Final Trades: General Motors, Ford, American Water & more from CNBC. ...The post Clips From Today’s Halftime Report appeared first on The Reformed Broker.
Tags: Finance, Uncategorized, Cnbc, General Motors Ford


Harley-Davidson quits India after struggling to crack the world's largest motorcycle market

1993 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fatboy. Mecum Auctions Harley-Davidson is discontinuing its operations in India, the world’s largest motorcycle market. It has struggled to grab market share since entering the country in 2011, and has consistently sold fewer than 3,000 of its iconic bikes. Auto experts have said that high taxes, a drop in discretionary spending, and low-cost competitors have hurt the company. Harley-Davidson has joined General Motors, Ford, and other vehicle manufacturers in pul...
Tags: Transportation, Japan, India, Sales, Trends, General Motors, Bbc, Ford, Toyota, Motorbike, Honda, Harley-davidson, Motorcycle, Redundancies, General Motors Ford, Royal Enfield


With Plants at Stake, Unifor Prepares to Plunge Into Detroit Three Negotiations

Canadian auto manufacturing has steadily declined over the past several decades, and the future looks cloudy for workers at Detroit Three plants. It’s under this gathering gloom that the union representing these workers, Unifor, enters into contract negotiations with General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler. The last round of collective bargaining was rough, but the […] The post With Plants at Stake, Unifor Prepares to Plunge Into Detroit Three Negotiations appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: General Motors, Production, Canada, Ford, Fca, Gm, Autos, Collective Bargaining, Fiat Chrysler, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Detroit Three, General Motors Ford, News Blog, Assembly Plants, Contract Talks, Unifor union news


If you paid $1,500 or more for Tesla stock, you're making 4 risky bets, according to Morgan Stanley (TSLA)

Tesla's stock price has jumped from $373 at the end of March 18 to $1,678 when markets opened on Thursday. Morgan Stanley said in a research note published on July 13 that those who have bought Tesla shares for $1,500 or more are making four questionable bets about Tesla and its competitive and economic environments. Those investors are banking on relatively peaceful trade relations between the US and China, weak competition from other automakers and tech companies, and Tesla's automated-drivi...
Tags: Elon Musk, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Toyota, Morgan Stanley, ESG, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors Ford, Sino US, Tesla Tesla, Lucid Motors, Morgan Stanley TSLA


Tesla is reporting earnings this week with the stock at an all-time high — here's what to expect (TSLA)

Tesla is scheduled to report Q2 earnings after the markets close on Wednesday. Wall Street expects a loss and weaker revenue, due to the coronavirus pandemic. A loss would snap a three-quarter streak of profits and mean that Tesla will yet again fail to post a full-year profit. Markets had bid Tesla up to historically high price levels and are currently pricing in a Q2 performance in-line with analysts' expectations. But Tesla could also beat or miss, and both of those scenarios deserve a look...
Tags: Facebook, Elon Musk, Texas, California, China, Germany, US, Trends, Tesla, TSLA, Toyota, Oklahoma, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors Ford


The once humble pickup has gone full-on luxury — here are my favorite swanky features (F, GM, FCAU)

Years ago, full-size pickup trucks were intended for rugged use on farms, ranches, and job sites.  But as they've exploded in popularity and posted epic sales, they've become as luxurious as some some upscale cars. I've tested every full-size pickup on the market, from Ford, Chevy, GMC, RAM, Toyota, and Nissan. Here's a rundown of all my favorite luxury features, from each truck. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Let me tell you about my first pickup truck. It was a 1980s-vi...
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Tesla's new investors are making 4 risky bets about the company and rivals like Amazon and Apple, Morgan Stanley says (TSLA)

Tesla's stock price has jumped from $373 at the end of March 18 to $1,575 when markets opened on Wednesday. Morgan Stanley said in a research note that those who have bought Tesla shares for $1,500 or more are making four questionable bets about Tesla and its competitive and economic environments. Those investors are banking on relatively peaceful trade relations between the US and China, weak competition from other automakers and tech companies, and Tesla's automated-driving technology bringi...
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MORGAN STANLEY: New Tesla investors are making 4 questionable bets about the company and rivals like Amazon and Apple (TSLA)

Tesla's stock price has jumped from $373 at the end of March 18 to $1,575 when markets opened on Wednesday. Morgan Stanley said in a research note that those who have bought Tesla shares for $1,500 or more are making four questionable bets about Tesla and its competitive and economic environments. Those investors are banking on relatively peaceful trade relations between the US and China, weak competition from other automakers and tech companies, and Tesla's automated-driving technology bringi...
Tags: Amazon, Elon Musk, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Toyota, Morgan Stanley, ESG, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors Ford, Sino US, Tesla Tesla, Lucid Motors


Tesla has surpassed Toyota to become more valuable than the Japanese carmaker, but Tesla isn't actually worth more. (TSLA)

Tesla surpassed Toyota in market capitalization last week, making the electric-car company the world's most financially valuable automaker. Tesla had already surpassed General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler to become the most valuable carmaker in the US. But is Tesla really worth more than Toyota? Of course not. Toyota has been extremely valuable for decades, while Tesla has only recently been deemed exceptionally valuable by investors. Tesla must remain valuable for decades to genuinely surp...
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Tesla stock is up over 3,000% since the company's 2010 IPO. Here's now that remarkable level was achieved, year-by-year. (TSLA)

Tesla's stock price recently peaked above $1,000, an historic high for the 16-year-old automaker. Tesla's value topped Toyota's; before that, the company was worth more than General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles combined. Tesla is 16 years old, the youngest major US automaker. Its value far outpaces in annual sales, and the company has never posted a full-year profit. Here's how Tesla went from being worth $17 per share at its 2010 IPO to more than $1,000 — a more-than 3,000% ret...
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Tesla stock is up over 3,000% since the company's 2010 IPO. Here's how that remarkable level was achieved, year-by-year. (TSLA)

Tesla's stock price recently peaked above $1,000, an historic high for the 16-year-old automaker. Tesla's value topped Toyota's; before that, the company was worth more than General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles combined. Tesla is 16 years old, the youngest major US automaker. Its value far outpaces in annual sales, and the company has never posted a full-year profit. Here's how Tesla went from being worth $17 per share at its 2010 IPO to more than $1,000 — a more-than 3,000% ret...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Usa, China, US, Trends, General Motors, Tesla, TSLA, SEC, Silicon Valley, Toyota, Daimler, Fiat Chrysler, Northern California, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles


If Tesla can bring its German factory online in 2020, it really will have revolutionized the auto industry (TSLA)

Tesla built a new factory in China is about year, and is planning an even faster process for another plant in Germany. Tesla's expanding manufacturing footprint is rapidly giving it a presence in the world's three most important markets: the US, China, and Europe. The biggest innovations in the auto industry haven't involved propulsion — from Henry Ford to Toyota to Tesla, they've been about production. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A few years back, I made a cheap joke ...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, California, China, Germany, Berlin, US, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Ford, Shanghai, TSLA, Toyota, Volvo, South Carolina


Tesla may have an edge over its rivals during the COVID-19 crisis, an industry watcher says (TSLA)

In the past two years, Tesla has gone from the verge of bankruptcy to earning profits (albeit, small ones) three quarters in a row. During that time, the electric-car maker has made significant improvements to its manufacturing process, suggesting Tesla may be reaching a turning point in its financial and operational stability. While the company still has to deal with the fallout from the novel coronavirus, the pandemic likely won't disrupt the company's progress in the long term, said Ed Kim,...
Tags: Elon Musk, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Porsche, Ford, Shanghai, Gartner, TSLA, Kim, Munster, Musk, Fiat Chrysler, Morningstar


After coming back from the brink of death, Tesla could have an edge over its rivals during the COVID-19 crisis, an industry watcher says (TSLA)

In the past two years, Tesla has gone from the verge of bankruptcy to earning profits (albeit, small ones) three quarters in a row. During that time, the electric-car maker has made significant improvements to its manufacturing process, suggesting Tesla may be reaching a turning point in its financial and operational stability. While the company still has to deal with the fallout from the novel coronavirus, the pandemic likely won't disrupt the company's progress in the long term, said Ed Kim,...
Tags: Elon Musk, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Porsche, Ford, Shanghai, Gartner, TSLA, Kim, Munster, Musk, Fiat Chrysler, Morningstar


Trump has been making life hard for Ford since 2016. His reluctance to wear a mask for a plant visit this week is just the latest example. (F)

President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit a Ford factory in Michigan this week. Ford and GE Healthcare have been manufacturing ventilators at the plant, with an all-volunteer workforce. The facility has extensive COVID-19 protocols in place, including mask wearing. But Trump hasn't committed to wearing a mask — he has been reluctant to don one as the US economy slowly restarts following the COVID-19 shutdown. Trump has made trouble for Ford since 2016, and this time won't be any different. ...
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Back to work. Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler restart US factories

General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler will begin to gradually restart their US factories Monday, with some big changes put in place to help protect workers from the coronavirus.
Tags: US, Cnn, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors Ford, Ford GM


Gov. Newsom Addresses Criticism Of Stay-At-Home Orders From Tesla Founder Elon Musk

FREMONT (AP) – The parking lot was nearly full at Tesla’s California electric car factory Monday, a likely indication the company was resuming production in defiance of an order from county health authorities. The lot at the massive plant in Fremont, which employs 10,000 workers, appeared to have a similar number of vehicles as it does when the factory is fully operating. A normal complement of workers would violate orders from the Alameda County Health Department, which has deemed Tesla’s Fremo...
Tags: Elon Musk, Texas, News, California, California News, Tesla, Ap, Toyota, Nevada, Musk, Gavin Newsom, Fiat Chrysler, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles County, FREMONT


Is Tesla defying county order? With parking lot nearly full, factory looks to be running

By Tom Krisher and Ben Margot, The Associated Press The parking lot was nearly full at Tesla’s California electric car factory Monday in Fremont, a likely indication the company was resuming production in defiance of an order from county health authorities. The lot at the massive plant in Fremont, which employs 10,000 workers, appeared to have a similar number of vehicles as it does when the factory is fully operating. A normal complement of workers would violate orders from the Alameda County H...
Tags: Texas, California, San Francisco, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, Toyota, Nevada, Musk, Gavin Newsom, Fiat Chrysler, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Kathleen Ronayne, Los Angeles County, FREMONT


Tesla defies shutdown; ‘If anyone is arrested, I ask that it only be me,’ Musk tweets

By Tom Krisher and Ben Margot, The Associated Press The parking lot was nearly full at Tesla’s California electric car factory Monday in Fremont, a likely indication the company was resuming production in defiance of an order from county health authorities. The lot at the massive plant in Fremont, which employs 10,000 workers, appeared to have a similar number of vehicles as it does when the factory is fully operating. A normal complement of workers would violate orders from the Alameda County H...
Tags: Elon Musk, Texas, California, San Francisco, Tesla, Bloomberg, Sport, Soccer, Toyota, Nevada, Musk, Gavin Newsom, Fiat Chrysler, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Kathleen Ronayne


Musk Threatens To Exit California Over Virus Restrictions

FREMONT (AP) – Tesla CEO Elon Musk threatened Saturday to pull the company’s factory and headquarters out of California in an escalating spat with local officials who have stopped the company from reopening its electric vehicle factory. On Twitter, Musk also threatened to sue over Alameda County Health Department coronavirus restrictions that have stopped Tesla from restarting production at its factory in Fremont south of San Francisco. “Frankly, this is the final straw,” he tweeted. “Tesla will...
Tags: Elon Musk, Texas, News, California, California News, San Francisco, General Motors, Tesla, Ap, Shanghai, Toyota, Nevada, Musk, Gavin Newsom, Fiat Chrysler, Bay Area


The fixation on Elon Musk's billionaire-ness overlooks the fact that he doesn't care about money (TSLA)

Elon Musk has said he's ridding himself of earthly possessions. But he mostly owns California real estate — millions of dollars worth, an illiquid asset that's hard to sell. His Tesla shares, after a massive run-up, are worth close to $40 billion, but he almost never sells stock. He lives off loans from major banks, using his Tesla stake as collateral. Musk appears to be selling several of his multimillion-dollar homes, but his latest moves aren't really all that weird; he's never cared much a...
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Automakers to restart May 18, including Chicago Ford plant

General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler will reopen most plants starting May 18, including Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant.
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7 jobs that can earn you a 6-figure salary in the $4 trillion auto industry

IBIS estimates that the global auto industry generates $4 trillion in annual revenue. The industry employs almost 5.7 million people. From dealerships to automakers to repair shops, high-earning jobs abound.  We found seven careers that could lead to $100,000-and-above annual payouts. These careers are also well-poised to benefit from a post-coronavirus rebound. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The global auto industry is, to be quite blunt, huge. It generates trillions in ...
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Everyone has to accept that Tesla is worth $150 billion precisely because Elon Musk doesn't behave like any other CEO in the business (TSLA)

Tesla CEO Elon Musk attacked coronavirus-pandemic shelter-in-place orders, demanding a restoration of "freedom."  Tesla's factory in California has been shut down since March. The company managed an unexpected profit in the first quarter, but its ambitions for a 500,000-vehicle year are in doubt. Markets don't care what Musk says — Tesla is now worth $150 billion, more than twice the market caps of General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, combined. Investors do care that Musk's bra...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Spacex, Elon Musk, California, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Vw, Italy, Gm, TSLA, Fiat, SEC, Silicon Valley


China Wants to Use the Coronavirus to Take Over the World

What started as a catastrophe for China is shaping up to be a moment of strategic opportunity, a rare turning point in the flow of history. Suddenly, the protests in Hong Kong, carrying a mortal threat to political stability in the mainland, became a physical impossibility. More important, the pandemic set in motion a global competition, to contain the virus, for which China and the Chinese Communist Party seem uniquely prepared.As the virus spread to the whole world, it became apparent that Wes...
Tags: Hong Kong, Europe, News, China, Russia, America, Spain, Turkey, Beijing, Canada, United States, Netherlands, Chinese communist party, Fiat Chrysler, Mao, General Motors Ford


The US auto industry has stepped up yet again in a time of crisis as the nation battles the coronavirus pandemic (F, GM, GE)

In just a few weeks, the US auto industry has completely suspended vehicle manufacturing and switched to making medical equipment and ventilators to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The speed at which giant companies such as General Motors, Ford, and GE have come together has been impressive. But America's carmakers have done this before, during World War II. Much has changed in 80 years, but the manufacturing talent in America's big car companies can still rapidly shift to dealing wit...
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Tesla is shutting down its factory in California as the coronavirus pandemic intensifies and the San Francisco Bay Area shelters in place (TSLA)

Tesla said that it would suspend production at its Fremont, California, factory beginning March 23. The company said that "continued operations" had caused challenges for employees and suppliers. The San Francisco Bay Area is under a shelter-in-place order among a worsening coronavirus outbreak in the US. In shutting down its plant, Tesla joins the Detroit Big 3 and much of the rest of the auto industry operating manufacturing facilities in the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more st...
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Tesla is shutting down its factory due to coronavirus, but it has enough cash to stay in business for a while (TSLA)

Tesla said that it would suspend production at its Fremont, California, factory beginning March 23. The company said that "continued operations" had caused challenges for employees and suppliers. The San Francisco Bay Area is under a shelter-in-place order among a worsening coronavirus outbreak in the US. In shutting down its plant, Tesla joins the Detroit Big 3 and much of the rest of the auto industry operating manufacturing facilities in the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more st...
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