It’s gone, now its back — with a partner? A smaller Land Cruiser may be about to appear in Toyota showrooms. Here’s what Headlight.News knows.
Month: September 2023
Unsurprisingly UAW President Shawn Fain announced plans to send more workers at GM and Ford to the picket lines at noon Friday. Stellantis was spared another round of walkouts due to some last-minute progress in talks before the announcement made on social media. Get details at Headlight.News.
Days after announcing plans to deliver at least 300 vehicles daily in the U.S. and Europe, Fisker Inc. tapped an existing investor for an additional $150 million to help with vehicle deliveries and other expenses to keep growing. Find out more at Headlight.News.
The UAW is contemplating an expansion of its ongoing strike. Union chief Shawn Fain will reveal what the organization will do next or if the talks with the Detroit automakers are on the upswing. Get details at Headlight.News.
Honda’s making news with its first-ever all-electric model, the Prologue. The new model is set to arrive in the U.S. early next year with a 300-mile range. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
Semi-autonomous system blamed for motorist’s death and two serious injuries. EV maker continues to deal with issues related to the technology. Get the details at Headlight.News.
Drive Pilot debuts on the all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQS EV in California and Nevada, but other models, states, will follow. Check out what other vehicles will get the tech and when at Headlight.News.
Production initially limited, but long-term plans target substantial growth for the Saudi-backed EV maker. Get more details about the new facility at Headlight.News.
Americans love big vehicles. One of the favorites is the Chevrolet Tahoe, which General Motors continues to try and make better — to great success. Check out our review at Headlight.News.
Joe Biden became the first sitting U.S. president to join a picket line when he accepted UAW chief Shawn Fain’s invitation to come to metro Detroit and address striking union workers and march with them. Get the story at Headlight.News.
Automaker halts construction on Michigan battery plant, saying it needs to make certain it can operate it profitably. Predictably, the UAW is angry, accusing Ford of “shameful’’ threat to union jobs. All this while contract talks continue, reports Headlight.News.
The Japanese automaker is heading to the Japan Mobility Show next months with a slew of electrified concepts, but the one causing the big stir is one thought to be a potential replacement for the NSX discontinued last year. Headlight.News has the story.