Toyota’s Groundbreaking Innovation Spells Trouble for Gas-Powered Cars

Toyota has made exciting announcements regarding advancements in electric vehicle (EV) batteries, hinting at significantly extended battery life as early as 2026. This breakthrough encompasses two key areas: enhanced optimization of lithium-ion batteries and significant progress in solid-state battery technology for EVs. The findings related


Carvana’s Soaring Success Hits a Roadblock

The online car retailer, Carvana, experienced a significant rally that now appears to be just a temporary blip. The company’s shares soared by an impressive 56% in a single day, driven by promising expectations of $50 million in adjusted EBITDA for the current quarter, largely


Volvo Unveils the Compact, Streamlined, and Affordable EX30 Electric SUV

Volvo has unveiled its latest offering, the Volvo EX30, and it’s creating quite a buzz in the electric vehicle (EV) market. With a starting price of just $34,950, it positions itself as one of the most budget-friendly modern EVs available. Not only does it offer


Qualcomm’s Autotalks Acquisition Aims to Enhance Snapdragon’s Auto Safety Features

Qualcomm has taken a significant step towards solidifying its position in the automotive sector as a lucrative customer base for its chips and related communications technology by acquiring Autotalks, an Israel-based fabless chipmaker. Autotalks designs and builds semiconductor and system-on-a-chip technology to help improve automotive


Tesla reports a record Q4 profit of $3.7B thanks to Elon Musk.

In the fourth quarter of last year, Tesla reported record net income, and the firm forecast that more software-related revenues will keep its margins greater than those of any other carmaker. The Austin, Texas-based producer of solar panels and electric cars reported earnings of $3.69


Henry Ford: Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Philanthropy

Henry Ford’s story is the classic portrayal of the American Dream. Nothing to Everything. He was a patriot; we see his love of America through his life and the legacy his company has continued to fulfill, even if that legacy is imperfect. Many know of


How Exactly Do You Charge Electric Cars?

Ever wonder how long it takes to charge an electric car? It all depends on consumer habits. We can assume the average driver fills up their car with gas at least once a week. But what if you didn’t have to go to the gas


Looking For Work? The Auto Industry Could Use Your Help

The auto industry has taken a big hit during this pandemic, but not in the way that you think. While the sales and the making of cars have been at a steady rate throughout this pandemic, the workers have been harder to come by. Employees


A 22 Year-Old CEO Can Affect The Safety Of Your Next Uber Ride

Decades ago, wondrous technology could only be foreseen in television and movies as filmmakers implanted ideas into people’s heads of what the future would look like. People have been fantasizing over space battleships, flying cars, automated human-like robots, holograms, augmented and virtual reality, self-driving vehicles,


Extra Racing Anecdotes from Ronald Hettich

In the past few weeks, we’ve published interviews with Ronald Hettich, a GREY Club member, engineer, small business owner, bike enthusiast, and rally racer. We ended up getting more anecdotes about his time spent racing in Monte Carlo style rallies in California then we could include in


Racing Ahead: An Interview With Ron Hettich

On February 18th I sat down with Ronald Hettich, an engineer, inventor, occasional race car driver, former motocross racer, GREY Club member, and real estate businessman. He is definitely someone who refuses to be defined by his job title which is why we at GREY were excited