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Tesla just posted its second-quarter vehicle production and delivery numbers for 2022.
SOC Investment Group alleges Tesla's board isn't independent enough and favors Elon Musk's personal interests over shareholders'.
Labor battles at German and Dutch ports are causing shipments of key consumer items including cars, auto parts and Ikea furniture to be delayed.
Refilling of the hydrogen tanks will take 10 minutes, company says.
"Many investors believe it might be only focused on climate impact," said Clarity AI's CEO. "Not just 'many investors' — even Elon Musk tweeted about it."
Chinese internet giant Tencent wants to sell technology which the company says will help foreign automakers that want to sell cars in China's EV market.
BMW has officially opened its new 15 billion yuan ($2.2 billion) factory in Shenyang, China with a strong focus on electric vehicles.
Toyota launched the bZ4X in Japan last month, and it is the first model in the company's bZ series.
Tesla's factories in Texas and Berlin are losing "billions of dollars" as supply chain issues hamper the firm's ability to boost production, CEO Elon Musk said.
A test car made by Chinese electric vehicle start-up Nio fell out of a third-floor parking lot of a building in Shanghai, killing two people.
There are indications that Chinese companies that produce raw materials for EV batteries use forced labor, according to The New York Times.
Musk said the actual number of overall job cuts at Tesla was "not super material."
The head of Daimler Trucks has warned that shortages of parts are slowing the production of thousands of its vehicles.
Indonesia has abundant natural deposits of tin, copper, nickel, cobalt and bauxite, some of which are key materials for electric vehicle batteries.
In what's been a particularly eventful year for Elon Musk, this was a decidedly rough week.