Dubai, United Arab Emirates — Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund invested more than $1 billion Monday in an American electric car manufacturer. The electric-car investment is a bold move for Saudi Arabia, an ultraconservative kingdom that for decades has relied on its oil wealth as the world’s top crude exporter. The Saudi Public Investment Fund said it would invest the over $1 billion in California-based Lucid Motors, an 11-year-old private company that has yet to bring a vehicle to market.
DETROIT — General Motors offered a sneak peek on Saturday of the next generation Chevrolet Silverado pickup, designed to haul big payloads of profits for the automaker when it launches next year. The current Silverado […]
DETROIT — Automakers from the United States, Europe and Asia are rolling out new and redesigned production and concept vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Among them: Acura RDX: Honda will […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Automaker trade groups told regulators they should revise fuel efficiency mandates approved in the final weeks of the Obama administration because the costs would be onerous and the standards do not reflect […]