It’s pretty weird that Rolls-Royce hasn’t really taken a serious approach to electric cars yet, and only just announced it’ll have a car by the end of the decade. Apparently Rolls customers just haven’t demanded the change, and it’s only happening now because some cities may soon ban combustion cars.
Churning out endless high-powered, well-engineered supercars for two decades hasn’t been enough to secure McLaren from hardship amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of a new restructuring plan, McLaren plans to sell its iconic McLaren Technology Centre headquarters in the U.K.
Kia’s initial production plans for its new Kia Telluride three-row SUV were 60,000 units built per year. With actual production capacity now peaking at 100,000 units and still not enough cars to meet demand, Telluride buyers are going to have to wait.