Ford may begin shipping vehicles to dealers without all of the required semiconductor chips, which will be installed at the showrooms, Automotive News reports. The automaker is considering several options to address the shortage of chips currently strangling production.
Ford is offering to pay 450 Australian Mustang Mach 1 buyers $4,040 each after an error was discovered in the marketing materials for the vehicle that promised features it doesn't have.
The 2021 Chicago Auto Show will be the first event like it held since coronavirus restrictions began last year. The event claims to have the largest attendance of any of the major auto shows.
Elon Musk told a Delaware court "I think I'm funny" while he defended Tesla's 2016 acquisition of Solar City. The Tesla CEO told the plaintiffs' attorney, Randall Baron, that he is "a bad human."
General Motors is removing wireless charging pads from its full-size SUVs in a effort to stretch its supply of semiconductor chips.
Tesla has raised the base price of its Model S and Model X vehicles by $5,000 without explanation. The increases are the latest made by the automaker this year.
Stellantis will invest $35 billion through 2025 to electrify the lineups of its 14 brands and will launch 40 all-electric models globally by 2025.
Mark Wahlberg and his business partner Jay Feldman have purchased their fifth car dealership together. Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet of Avon joins their growing portfolio in the state.
The Ford F-Series finished the second quarter third in sales behind Ram and Chevrolet as production was negatively impacted by the ongoing semiconductor shortage.