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Apple expands car key sharing, Bird charts out a strategy and layoffs come for Motional

The Station is a weekly newsletter on the present and future of transportation. This week features Apple, Bird Motional and Tesla. → Read More

Hyundai-backed AV startup Motional cuts workforce

Motional, the Aptiv-Hyundai joint venture developing autonomous vehicle technology, cut its workforce this week. → Read More

GM’s Cruise pursuing permit to test its custom-built ‘Origin’ robotaxi in San Francisco

Cruise, GM's self-driving subsidiary, has started the regulatory process to test its 'Origin' robotaxi on public roads in San Francisco. → Read More

Lordstown Motors begins shipping its Foxconn-made EV pickup trucks

Lordstown Motors said Tuesday it started shipping its all-electric Endurance pickup trucks manufactured by Foxconn. → Read More

EV SPAC Faraday Future ousts its CEO

Faraday Future, the troubled EV startup-turned-publicly-traded company has fired its CEO and appointed a new leader. → Read More

Everything that stood out to us at the 2022 LA Auto Show

A roundup of the good, bad, ugly, interesting and surprising moments and vehicle reveals of the 2022 LA Auto Show. → Read More

Inside the Waymo-Zeekr robotaxi, Bird spirals and layoffs come to Nuro

The Station is a weekly newsletter covering the present and future of transportation. This week, we look at Waymo, Nuro, Bird and more. → Read More

Autonomous delivery startup Nuro lays off 20% of workforce

Nuro, the autonomous vehicle delivery startup backed by SoftBank and Tiger Global Management, is laying off about 20% of its workforce. → Read More

Stellantis is bringing its new all-electric Fiat 500e to North America in early 2024

Stellantis brand Fiat announced ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show that it is coming back to the United States with a new all-electric 500e. → Read More

Cruise has expanded its driverless robotaxi service to daytime hours

Cruise is expanding its driverless ride-hailing service in San Francisco to daytime hours, Cruise CEO Kyle Vogt tweeted Wednesday. → Read More

Redwood Materials to supply Panasonic with cathode material in multi-billion-dollar deal

Redwood Materials has landed a multi-billion-dollar deal to supply critical battery components to Panasonic. → Read More

TuSimple co-founders clapback, consolidation continues and Waymo reaches two milestones

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. This week, TuSimple, Waymo, Tesla and Lyft are in the news. → Read More

Tesla opens its EV connector design to other automakers

Tesla is sharing its EV connector design in an effort to encourage network operators and automakers to make it the North America standard. → Read More

Tesla vehicles will soon have Zoom video conferencing

Zoom announced this week at its Zoomtopia conference that it is working with Tesla to bring video conferencing into its vehicles. → Read More

Foxconn invests another $170M into EV SPAC Lordstown Motors

Foxconn is increasing its investment in Lordstown Motors by buying $170 million in common stock and newly created preferred shares. → Read More

Trouble brews at Arrival, TuSimple ousts its CEO and Cruise expands in San Francisco

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive the full edition of the newsletter every weekend in your inbox. This is a shorter version of The Station newsletter that is emailed to subscribers. Want all the deals, news roundups and commentary? Subscribe […] → Read More

iPhone maker Foxconn and Saudi Arabia are going into the EV business

Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund has formed a joint venture with Foxconn to build and sell EVs under a new brand called Ceer. → Read More

Lyft lays off 13% of workforce as it tries to slash operating expenses

Lyft said Thursday it is laying off 13% of its ride-hailing workforce as it tries to reduce operating expenses. → Read More

George Hotz, aka ‘geohot,’ is leaving Comma.ai for a lofty AI project

Comma.ai founder George Hotz says he is taking "some time away" from the driver assistance system startup. Here's what he's working on now. → Read More

Ford, VW seeking buyer for Argo AI’s lidar unit

Ford and Volkswagen are trying to squeeze any remaining value out of Argo AI and shopping around Argo Lidar, an 80-person team. → Read More