Auto Sector

SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

During a recent presentation to Australian journalists in South Korea, automaker SsangYong shared some pertinent information about its plans for the vehicles it intends to launch in the period between 2019 and 2024.

Electric Vehicles could lead to massive job losses: UAW

Electric Vehicles could lead to massive job losses: UAW

The Union of Auto Workers (UAW) has warned that the increasing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in the US could have a devastating effect on the jobs in the country. As per the warning, the EV revolution could result in jobs losses in the US.

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

According to a recent disclosure by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, the automaker received new orders for more than 7,000 electric vehicles last week. The disclosure was made by Musk in an evident effort to dismiss the notion that Tesla is witnessing a flattening demand for Model 3.

Tesla Motor’s Model S Suspension Related Issues Draws some Negative Remarks

Tesla Motor’s Model S Suspension Related Issues Draws some Negative Remarks

Tesla Motors is facing the heat over its suspension problem related issues in its Model S as the media obsession with the company turned out to be a double-edged sword.

Uber Drivers in New Zealand Complain of Sliding Income and Rising Workload

Uber Drivers in New Zealand Complain of Sliding Income and Rising Workload

Drivers of New Zealand Uber Drivers' Association are saying that they are facing a noticeable drop in their income but a rise in workload as the company's fare prices have dropped.

New Federal Law Prohibits Car Rental Companies from Renting Recalled Cars until they are Repaired

New Federal Law Prohibits Car Rental Companies from Renting Recalled Cars until they are Repaired

Last year a legislation approved by the Congress was endorsed as a law which comes into effect today, which makes it necessary for rental car companies which have fleets exceeding thirty five vehicles, to pull out all recalled vehicles until they are repaired.

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