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Toyota is out to Nightshade all the things. The 2023 Toyota Venza Nightshade Edition becomes the latest (possibly the 13th) offering to be dipped in black trim. It’s yet another example of the many popular “blacked out” appearance packages popular with consumers these days. However, the Venza Nightshade does allow buyers to get Toyota’s Star
Rivian on Wednesday reaffirmed its annual production forecast of 25,000 units, saying ongoing supply chain disruptions and material costs prevented the electric vehicle maker from reaching its original target of 50,000 vehicles. The Irvine, California-based company’s shares rose 5% in extended trading after closing the day down 9.6%. “We remain focused on ramping production throughout
Carvana will lay off about 2,500 employees, or 12% of its workforce, the company said on Tuesday, as the online used-car retailer works to get back to profitability weeks after it reported dismal results. While the pandemic offered a perfect opportunity for Carvana’s online business model to shine, industry shortages also forced the company to
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Mercedes-Benz is virtually sold out of electric cars as tight supply chains make it tough for the luxury carmaker to keep up with rising demand, its chief executive said on Monday. Asked about comments by rivals, including Volkswagen, that demand for electric vehicles was outstripping supply, Ola Kaellenius told the FT Future of