Our selected Tweets (from ‘X’) this week:

The EU risks harming China-EU economic relations after it announced a Commission anti-subsidy investigation into electric vehicles coming from China.

As automakers continue to adopt the NACS plug, Tesla revealed its global network of superchargers has now reached 50,000.

After some UK gov funding help, electric Minis will be manufactured in the UK from 2026.

Donald Trump has his say on potential strikes from auto workers and can’t resist returning to EVs again.

Lithium could be the future for electric vehicles, but sacred indigenous land is at risk of being destroyed due to mining.

Driverless pizza delivery pods could be coming to Texas. Is this the future of food delivery?

A US industry icon undoubtedly and a perennial top seller, but how American is the Ford F-150 pickup, really?

BBC journalist and radio presenter Jeremy Vine is back highlighting bad driving in his inimtable style.

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