The company said that it will be able to build at a rate of 150,000 pickups per year at its electric vehicle factory in Dearborn, Michigan, by the middle of next year.
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
HOW NEW ROBIN HOOD CEO BUERY PLANS TO FIGHT NYC POVERTY
Richard R. Buery Jr., is starting his first full year as CEO of Robin Hood. But he’s no stranger to New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization.
Rumored to be last piece of the Silicon migration
2ND ELECTION FOR AMAZON WORKERS IN ALABAMA WILL BE BY MAIL
A federal labor board said that Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, will vote by mail next month in a re-run election to decide whether or not to unionize.
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM WARNS CYBER RISKS ADD TO CLIMATE THREAT
Cyberthreats and the growing space race are emerging risks to the global economy, adding to existing challenges posed by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic, the World Economic Forum said in a report this week.
SURVEY: PARENTS INCREASED QUALITY TIME AT PANDEMIC'S START
During the first several months of the pandemic in the U.S., Dina Levy made her young daughter and son go on walks with her three times a day.
SHOPPING FOR A CAR THIS YEAR WILL NOT BE THE SAME
2021 was an unusual year for the automotive industry. While customer demand for new cars rebounded from the economic uncertainty of 2020, automakers found themselves unable to meet that demand because of semiconductor chip shortages and supply chain problems. So what should car shoppers expect for 2022? Much of the same, unfortunately.
BOEING AIRLINER SALES JUMP BUT DELIVERIES LAG RIVAL AIRBUS
Boeing finished 2021 far behind European rival Airbus in deliveries of new aircraft, but sales bounced back after two dismal years caused by the 737 Max crashes and the pandemic.
NICKEL MINE DEVELOPER HAS MAJOR COMMITMENT FROM TESLA
The company that plans to develop a nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota has made a major supply deal with Tesla, the electric vehicle maker.
HOME COVID TESTS TO BE COVERED BY INSURERS STARTING SATURDAY
Starting Saturday, private health insurers will be required to cover up to eight home COVID-19 tests per month for people on their plans. The Biden administration announced the change Monday as it looks to lower costs and make testing for the virus more convenient amid rising frustrations.
APPLE MUSIC VS. TIDAL
Streaming services such as Apple Music and Tidal, both of which have been present since 2015, are well-known for the exclusive content they offer.
The Scotty’s Muffler roadster ran a Hemi at Bonneville in the ’70s. Next time, it will be with the famous Tom Senter Ardun.
1937 FORD TRUCK RESCUED AFTER 55 YEARS!
2022 TOYOTA TUNDRA
THE ALL-NEW TRUCK AIMS AT THE HEART OF THE MARKET.
2022 Ford Maverick
Redefining the (small) truck.
6OTH ANNIVERSARY OF FOUR WHEELER MAGAZINE
SIX DECADES OF COVERING NEW VEHICLES, HOW-TO'S, ROAD TESTS, EVENTS, AND THE OFF-ROAD CULTURE
2021 Ford F-150
No, no—relax. There is no V-8 under the hood of the 2021 F-150 Raptor. At least, not yet—Ford says the eight-cylinder Raptor R super truck is rumbling its way toward the horizon break and should arrive sometime next year. For now, the standard Raptor is the top-of-the-line off-road baddie from the F-150 family.
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT
Can an EV channel the Mustang GT spirit?
We're at the Tipping Point of Electrification
Everything is Going to Change — the Only Question is How Quickly
Ford Foundation's Darren Walker: ‘We Have to Get Uncomfortable'
DARREN WALKER, 62, disrupted his Wall Street life more than 25 years ago when he left what is now UBS Group AG to volunteer at a school and eventually pursue a career in community development and philanthropy. Since 2013 he’s been at the pinnacle of the philanthropic world as president of the Ford Foundation, created by the family of automaker Henry Ford during the Great Depression to advance human welfare.
A Lowered and Bagged Childhood Dream Come True