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Tesla's Finally Getting a Manufacturing Foothold in China Tesla's Finally Getting a Manufacturing Foothold in China

Tesla forges ahead in China, Ford maybe forges ahead with a VW partnership, hot J.B. Hunt trucking news, and much more. This is The Morning Shift for October 17, 2018.

This Month Is Your Last Chance to Get the Full EV Tax Credit on a Tesla This Month Is Your Last Chance to Get the Full EV Tax Credit on a Tesla

Tesla’s tax credit time is up, oil production is at all time highs, BMW isn’t confident about next year, and an auto supplier founder is suing his daughter over the family fortune. All of this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, Oct. 12, 2018.

Interest Rates Are Getting Too High for New Car Buyers Interest Rates Are Getting Too High for New Car Buyers

Car loan interest rates are too high, a Tesla investor takes a big stake in a rival, and so much more in The Morning Shift for Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018.

California Wants Automakers to Explain Why They Can't Meet Fuel Economy Standards California Wants Automakers to Explain Why They Can't Meet Fuel Economy Standards

California’s considering a counter-proposal to the Fed’s desire to freeze mpg standards, new autonomous car development guidelines are out, why Honda chose to work with GM instead of Google’s Waymo and more. This is The Morning Shift for Friday, Oct. 5, 2018.

Used Car Demand Is Shooting Up Used Car Demand Is Shooting Up

People are buying used cars more and more, Android Auto is coming to Toyota, Porsche is done with diesel, and more. This is The Morning Shift for Monday.

World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Isn’t Interested in Tesla World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Isn’t Interested in Tesla

The Tesla story will never die, NAFTA, and FCA enters a new phase. This is The Morning Shift.

Saudi Fund in Talks to Invest Over a Billion Dollars In Tesla Rival Saudi Fund in Talks to Invest Over a Billion Dollars In Tesla Rival

Elon Musk is tweeting, Hyundai is bringing the fun, and McLaren has electrification plans. This is The Morning Shift.

GM Engineers Went on Public Tours of a Ford Plant for 'Intelligence Gathering' in Their Bid to Beat the F-150 GM Engineers Went on Public Tours of a Ford Plant for 'Intelligence Gathering' in Their Bid to Beat the F-150

The truck wars continue, the trade wars also continue, Elon Musk continues, and, well, Maserati. This is The Morning Shift for Friday, Aug. 10, 2018.

General Motors Is Likely Next to Hit the Cap on the $7,500 EV Tax Credit General Motors Is Likely Next to Hit the Cap on the $7,500 EV Tax Credit

General Motors’ electric vehicle tax credit may soon run out, Fiat Chrysler’s new boss meets America’s boss, doubt over whether revised fuel economy standards will help workers—all this and more await you for The Morning Shift of Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018.

Subaru's Business Could Take a Beating From Trump's Auto Tariff Subaru's Business Could Take a Beating From Trump's Auto Tariff

Subaru’s problem with Trump’s proposed tariff, the quagmire presented by the government’s new emissions plan, NAFTA, and more in The Morning Shift for Monday, Aug. 6, 2018.

The War Over Fuel Economy Is Just Beginning The War Over Fuel Economy Is Just Beginning

The fuel economy fight is happening, Toyota is (still) making a lot of money, Buick is in the news, and more. Welcome to The Morning Shift. It’s Friday!

Tesla Stock Jumps After Elon Musk Apologizes To Analysts [Corrected]   Tesla Stock Jumps After Elon Musk Apologizes To Analysts [Corrected]  

Elon Musk apologizes, Mercedes struggles to deliver cars, VW is lacking powertrain engineers and more await you in The Morning Shift for Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018.

Is Ford Bringing an Actual Small Truck Back to the U.S.? Is Ford Bringing an Actual Small Truck Back to the U.S.?

Compact pickup trucks, lawsuits over tiny fish, unexpected dangers on the road and more await you in The Morning Shift for Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018.

Detroit Is Falling Behind On Crossovers Because Time Is a Flat Circle Detroit Is Falling Behind On Crossovers Because Time Is a Flat Circle

A billion dollars going to a new manufacturing plant, 700 million losing out to tariffs and more await you on The Morning Shift for Tuesday, July 31, 2018.

The Trade War Is Now Real The Trade War Is Now Real

The car tariffs are starting to hit consumers, FCA’s new CEO has some very large shoes to fill and the trucking industry’s attempts at attracting new drivers await your rapt attention on The Morning Shift for Monday, July 30, 2018.

Fiat Chrysler Claims It Had No Clue Sergio Marchionne Was Seriously Ill for a Year Fiat Chrysler Claims It Had No Clue Sergio Marchionne Was Seriously Ill for a Year

Who knew what and when about the health of Fiat Chrysler’s fallen former CEO, tariffs galore, Ford’s troubles and more await you on The Morning Shift for Friday, July 27, 2018.

America's Auto Workers Deserve Better Than the UAW [Update] America's Auto Workers Deserve Better Than the UAW [Update]

Unions, tariffs, and everything else making life good and/or hell.

The EPA Wants a '50-State Solution' for Emissions Standards  The EPA Wants a '50-State Solution' for Emissions Standards 

Emissions rules to cover all 50 states, automaker profits getting hit by new steel and aluminum prices and Volvo’s having a rough time with investors. These stories and more on The Morning Shift for Wednesday, July 25, 2018.

Dumbest Auto Industry Merger Somehow Making Profit Dumbest Auto Industry Merger Somehow Making Profit

Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every morning of every weekday. Here’s what you need to know from this unbelievably optimized global industry.

The Detroit Auto Show Is Officially Moving to June in 2020 The Detroit Auto Show Is Officially Moving to June in 2020

Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the stories you need to know.

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