1. Nissan unveils a quarterly operating loss of US$46m.
  2. Bridgestone confirms Bethune factory closure plan.
  3. GM Canada union members in St Catharines, Oshawa, and Woodstock ratify new collective agreement covering significant investments, job security and economic gains.
  4. FCA Italy(subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles), and Engie EPS(an Italian company doing energy storage and e-mobility ) plan European e-mobility joint venture.
  5. Mercedes Benz tightens battery chemical sourcing rules and will only source cobalt and lithium from certified mining sites.
  6. Vietnam vehicle sales increased by 16% to 31,607 units in October 2020.
  7. Lyft reported Q3 results, slight improvement comparing Q2, but still down on last year.
  8. Daimler Truck established a CSG(Connectivity Services Group)division to develop vehicle connectivity and digital service in US.
  9. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso rated zero in Global NCAP crash tests.
  10. BMW launches the first ix EV SUV.
  11. Cummins and Navistar partner on hydrogen truck.
  12. Richard reports Q1 order intake up toUS$139m.
  13. Scania partner with Engie to offer e-mobility in 13 European countries.
  14. Australian new vehicle sales fell 1.5% year-on-year to 81,220.
  15. Ford E-Transit to start around $46,000, offer 126miles range.
  16. Ally,financial bank company, report the best Q3 in five years from “resilient” auto dealers and customers.
  17. Honda to show 11th-gen Civic sedan on Nov.17 on Twitch.
  18. Millennials (known as generation Y, born 1981~1996) will lead car-buying boom in the next 6 months, a study report.
  19. Ferrari’s SF90 Stradale Spider hybrid supercar gets convertible version.
  20. EVgo offers discounted charging for some Uber drivers.
  21. Daimler will shrink with the shift from fossil fuel to EVs, AVs