Friday Morning Auto News, Oct 15, 2021: VW triples EV shipments to China; EU car sales drop 25%; Toyota cuts production again; more

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Thursday Morning Auto News, Oct 14, 2021: TSLA diehards question their faith; Nippon Steel sues Toyota; TSLA directors receive lukewarm support; more

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Wednesday Morning Auto News, Oct 13, 2021: U.S. prods TSLA: Why no recall? GM defends “Super Cruise”; New racism charges against TSLA; more

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Tuesday Morning Auto News, Oct 12, 2021: GM reaches deal with LG; $TSLA’s big Chinese exports; Toyota makes up for lost production

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Monday Morning Auto News, Oct 11, 2021: TSLA plans on Grünheide December production; dirty aluminum; JP car sales tank in China; more

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Friday Morning Auto News, Oct 08, 2021: TSLA HQ 2 TX; Tata buys Air India; Aston Martin plugs in; more

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Switched-on Germany: ICE down, BEV up, Dinosaurs rule

Forget Norway: Europe’s flagship market for electric vehicles is Europe’s largest single-country car market Germany. While sales of all passenger vehicles tanked in September to the tune of  -25.7%, electric and electrified powertrains continued to take over Germany. BEVs were up 58.8% in September for a share of 17.1%. Nearly half (47.6%)  of all newly registered passenger vehicles were either battery powered, plug-in hybrids, or hybrids.

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Thursday Morning Auto News, Oct 07, 2021: Grünheide culture clash, kicking Kimbal, GM expands hands-free, more

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