To build one of the most game-changing models of its lineup, Porsche first had to figure out how to fit a factory into a cramped old German neighborhood.
The top-of-the-line Porsche Taycan Turbo S delivers up to 750 hp and can run a quarter-mile in 10.8 seconds. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds, faster than any model the brand makes.
Nissan pioneered the business case for a mass-market battery-powered EV in the Leaf. Now nearly a decade later, Nissan is following up with a second EV model.
Nissan is grinding through a pivot away from profit-draining fleet sales and incentives in the U.S. as it tries to shore up brand value and margins.
Mercedes-Benz of Oklahoma City offers employees exercise classes at its in-house gym to boost morale and productivity, while reducing long-term employee health care costs.
The power went out at Nissan's Denver data center and the automaker's North American retail business was stymied for four days. Many are wondering how that's possible.
For its first EV, which goes on sale late this year, Porsche followed Tesla's cue in relying on software and touch screens to deliver media, navigation and other vehicle controls.
Starting this year, it will electrify every new model it launches. By 2025, that will mean that half of its global sales will be electrified.