Toyota has been teasing details about its redesigned 2024 Tacoma over the past few weeks, and the latest tidbit to be revealed is confirmation of an available manual transmission. This will make the new Tacoma, just like the current one, unique in a segment dominated by automatic-only trucks.
Cadillac is working on its smallest electric vehicle yet. The newcomer will be a compact crossover with similar styling to the mid-size Lyriq, judging by the latest prototypes. A reveal is expected late this year or early next.
Lordstown Motors has issued a bankruptcy warning. The struggling EV startup said it will have to cease operations or seek bankruptcy protection if an investment deal made with Foxconn falls through.
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