http://www.hybridcars.com - Chevrolet’s 238-mile range Bolt EV is a major leap forward among mass-appeal electric cars and for now arguably the best. Why?
http://video.cnbc.com - Bob Lutz, CNBC contributor and former General Motors vice chair, weighs in on the road ahead for Ford following the replacement of Mark Fields as CEO.
http://video.cnbc.com - The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Fedex, General Motors, Snap Inc., Halliburton.
http://www.autonews.com - Fields retires, mobility chief Hackett named Ford CEO, new roles for Farley, Hinrichs and Klevorn; 'Knothole rides' a ritual for GM's Reuss; Hyundai-Kia probe; Tesla tries again.
http://www.autoline.tv - Before the Great Recession, General Motors had its hand in a lot of different powertrains. But once it slimmed down it had lost a lot of those options. But 2017 is certainly a new day. Now there are diesels, hybrids, electrics and let’s not forget the good old internal combustion engine in both the car and truck lineup. On today’s show John McElroy and his panel get the inside scoop on GM engines from Dan Nicholson, the vice president of Propulsion Systems.
https://www.digitaltrends.com - A Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG, a Red Bull RB8, and a Holden Commodore race car all boast a V8 engine. Not all V8-powered cars are created equal, and this video shows other factors are important in determining who wins a race.
http://www.autonews.com - U.S. said to be ready to sue FCA; GM to halt India sales, sell S. Africa unit; Mueller, Trump and Takata; Wrangler-based pickup spied; Do more techy cars equal more totaled cars?
http://www.motorweek.org - This just in from Lake Tahoe, California. The 2018 Porsche 911 GTS offers more performance, sharper lines, and a distinctive sound.
http://www.autonews.com - Ford to slash salaried workforce 10%; Automakers pushed to make cleaner cars; Audi CEO contract extended; Welburn on GM design; Volvo tests autonomous trash truck.
http://video.cnbc.com - Live from Lyft headquarters, Julia Boorstin talks with Taggart Matthiesen, Lyft Director of Product. Lyft is #2 in CNBC's Disruptor 50's list.