Becoming more vertically integrated by doing manufacturing and sourcing in-house would represents a major shift for most global automakers.
For Tina Bellon's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Automakers are amping up investments aimed at weaning car buyers away from fossil fuels and meeting increasingly tough decarbonization targets.
In order to promote electric vehicles, it is essential to have the necessary infrastructure in place.
The fatal crash of a Tesla with no one apparently behind the wheel has cast a new light on the safety of semiautonomous vehicles and the nebulous U.S. regulatory terrain they navigate.
Uber has said it wants to expand limited benefits similar to those offered to drivers in the U.K. across all of Europe and the United States.
Many rural counties have excelled at getting injections into arms fast and efficiently, outpacing big cities despite disadvantages in health care infrastructure.
The global recall of Takata Corp.’s defective air bags widens, but legal experts said a bigger worry for car companies caught in the fallout is playing out in a U.S. courtroom